It’s getting to be that time of year again. Daylight savings time marks the shift from “Law school?
It took two weeks, but now I finally have that "back in law school" feeling. The first two weeks were a blur of new textbooks and softball questions. I even felt myself thinking "It's nice to be
I might be alone on this, but does anybody else think that a week of snow days is perhaps the sneakiest source of stress this spring semester has to offer? When I was in elementary school, there w
To Whom It May Concern:
I am a first year law student at The George Washington University Law School, and I am
All right. It's a new year, a new semester, and (potentially) a new decade.
So, here we are. I've been in law school for two months now, I've acknowledged I'm an idiot, and I had the experience of turning in my first memo and taking my first midterm to reiterate that, ove
A disturbing hush has fallen over the halls of GW Law.
All right. I have a confession to make. I am a word snob. Stretching from my reign as elementary school spelling bee champion, through honors English classes in high school, to eventually maj
I knew that I was supposed to be nervous about my first year of law school, but until this spring, I had no idea just how afraid I should be. I spent my senior year of undergrad working in a resta