Tagged: study abroad

Job Fair – In France!

Today, I went to the Assas Job Fair, and BOY was it an experience! I was hesitant to go at first because of two reasons: (1) I had NO idea what I would be up against, and (2) I’m embarrassed by my French. But, at the urging of my professors and peers, I decided to […]

New Year’s Resolutions as a 3L

It’s that time of the year… the time to make resolutions for how we want to live and what we want to accomplish in the next 365 days. Typically, my resolutions include things like “try more new foods,” “run one mile a day,” and “don’t procrastinate.” But as I’m approaching my last semester of school […]

Law in Luxembourg – Visit to the European Court of Justice

One of the best things about studying in Europe is how accessible so much of the continent is. As part of our degree program, my LLM program took us all to Luxembourg for a week to attend seminars and visit the European Court of Justice, which is basically the Supreme Court of Europe. A quick […]

A law student abroad

Hey look! Buckingham Palace!┬áCan I please come in and have all of Duchess Kate’s clothes? This semester, my last semester of law school, I’m studying abroad at Harris Manchester College at Oxford University in the U.K. I’ve been in Oxford for about 3 weeks now, attending classes for the past 2 and I feel comfortable […]