Posts by: Emily Humbert

2L in Review

Having made it to the end of 2L, I thought I would take the opportunity to look back on the year and write a bit about some of the similarities and differences from 1L. In my opinion, the two years seemed to merge together quite a bit because there is simply never a moment wasted. […]

April Really is the Cruelest Month

With the turn of the calendar page, it’s suddenly here: April. I would argue that April is the most challenging month for law students because it signals not only the end of a semester, but also the end of the year. At this point in time, I find myself in the throes of finals preparation. […]

Eating Healthy in Law School

I am a firm believer that healthy eating and nutrition are too often swept aside – especially during busy times when it is easiest to simply hit the easy button and “just get takeout.” Nutrition is something that has always been important to me, even during law school when life has proven busy beyond measure. […]

Fintech Symposium

Two weeks ago, The Review of Banking and Financial Law held its annual symposium. This year’s symposium covered a wide variety of topics related to fintech, also known as financial technology. Though you may not be familiar with the fintech industry, there is a good chance that you’ve used one of these services at some […]

Too Little Time…

This past weekend, I realized the next couple of weeks were going to be a challenge – events and obligations had aligned. Deadlines, meetings, assignments, and chores had all managed to fall within the same two weeks. My schedule had become overwhelming. However, this kind of thing does tend to happen in law school, where […]