Earlier this month, I had oral arguments for an appellate brief I wrote in my legal rhetoric and writing course. My male partner and I spent hours upon hours of preparation time on an assignment that accounted for a mere ten percent of our overall grade. To put that into perspective, just showing up to... Continue Reading →
I Have a Blog?!?
If I am being perfectly honest, I sort of forgot I had a blog. Last year, I made several half-hearted efforts at crafting a new post before being distracted with LSAT/law school prep, work, or sad attempts at getting an adequate amount of sleep. In the past year, Luke and I have moved to a... Continue Reading →
Stop Telling Women What Professions to Pursue
I have less than two months until the June LSAT and preparing for it is going much more smoothly than I anticipated. Yes, sometimes I get mad at the Kaplan books I rely far too heavily upon and mutter under my breath, but honestly that has always been my approach to studying. I actually enjoy... Continue Reading →