Orientation in Law School


Alright! It is my understanding that 1Ls are about to start their journey. I know the 1Ls at my school have orientation starting this Monday, so what a wonderful time to talk about how my orientation went. Orientation is one of those things that truly vary. I have heard everything from A to Z with orientation. I don’t think that there is one school that does the same thing (I could be wrong). I know my orientation was different than my friends and also my mentors.

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1L Tips in Law School

img_1600WOW! Where has summer gone!? It feels like I had just turned in the last final of my first year in law school. I have been reflecting a lot on my first-year in law school, and I have come up with some tips for incoming 1Ls. 1L is an intense year because usually, it is unlike anything that you have ever experienced. The way we are told to think was different for me.

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Externships in Law School


This has been a BUSY summer and it is still going! I wanted to update y’all on my experience at my externship. I was going to write this when I had first started working, but I am glad that I didn’t. I didn’t write this blog earlier because I would not capture my whole experience. The beginning is way different than where I am now. I am now at the end of my externship and want to share my experience with you all.

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My Journey To Law School


This blog is inspired through me reminiscing how I ended up in South Carolina studying law. There were many times that I thought law school would not be possible. I still believe that I should have not been accepted into law school, but my school took a chance on me. I was described as the “at-risk applicant”. I see myself as the candidate that no one wanted. I applied to 10 schools. I got rejected from 8 law schools, wait-listed into 1 law school and conditionally accepted in one law school that later turned into a full acceptance and landed me here in South Carolina.

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