Posts by: Caroline Lambert

Hometown: Chelmsford, MA
Education: BA in Interdisciplinary Global Policy & Relations and Political Science from Stonehill College (2016)
Activities: Women’s Law Association Alumni Committee, International Law Society

More about Caroline: Caroline hails from north of Boston, went to undergrad south of Boston, and finally landed in the heart of the city at BU Law. Despite staying on the east coast of Massachusetts for the majority of her life, Caroline is interested in pursuing international law and how it intersects with armed conflict resolution and human rights. Caroline’s international interests were bolstered by studying abroad at Oxford University and conducting undergraduate research on conflict resolution in Africa and the Middle East.

Caroline is a dog enthusiast, HGTV lover (Fixer Upper, anyone?), and former lacrosse player. She enjoys painting, photography, and watching HBO documentaries in her spare time. Beyond law school goals, she’s determined to find the best pizza place in all of Boston before the end of 3L year.

Info Junkie: My Favorite E-mail Subscription Lists

I’ve determined that I’m kind of an “info junkie.” I love staying on-top of all types of information, whether that be current Supreme Court  cases or latest happenings around Boston. I’ve found that I like to cater my social media and my email to these types of things. Though my inbox is always clogged, as […]

November, 3L Year

“Hey mom! Hey! Moooooom. What should I write my blog post about?” “Blog post? I didn’t know you had a blog.”   Mom picks up the Rae Dunn platter she’s taking a price sticker off of. “Mom, I’ve been blogging for the law school since 1L.”   “Write about Rae Dunn!” No, mom, I don’t […]

Red Sox World Series Championship Parade!

If you’re wondering what it’s like to spend three years in Boston, I can tell you this: you’re likely going to have the chance to go to at least one championship parade. I’ll try to limit my gloating as I’m native to Massachusetts and this could very quickly turn into a “why Boston sports teams […]

Organization in Law School

Organization is something that didn’t become integral to my everyday values until law school. I almost feel like I succeeded in high school and college despitemy lack of organization skills (well, I saw it as a lack). When I got to law school, organization became an absolute necessity. 1L year helped usher in this change […]

Justice Breyer Panel at Moakley Courthouse

A few weeks ago the Moakley Courthouse held a panel event in commemoration of its 20 year anniversary. The Moakley Courthouse was completed in 1998 when the Seaport District was, in some senses, bleak. Now, on the courthouse’s 20th anniversary, it sits at the beginning of one of the most up-and-coming and bustling parts of […]