Wow! Hello. Hi. Legally Complicated here. I have been gone for a WHILE. I apologize for my extended absence. Between finals, going home for the holidays, and breaking my right arm(my dominant)/getting sick, life has been kind of crazy. I finally have the strength and energy to blog. Well, Happy New Year! Welcome to 2019. My first blog of 2019 will focuses on the differences I see between undergrad and law school from my experience.
In honor of me reaching 1,500 followers on Twitter, I wanted to do a special blog post. This blog post answers questions that people had for me about law school. The disclaimer is I am no expert. These blog posts are only from my experiences as a law student. Continue reading “Q & A About Law School”
This is honestly one of my favorite topics. I personally think networking is important. I like networking because I love interacting with people. I blame this on my Sociology degree. This does not mean that I am not shy. I am very shy and awkward around people that I do not know well. However, I use it to my advantage and play on my strengths. There are many forms of networking. In my opinion, networking is not just talking with professionals. Networking can also be interacting with classmates and co-workers.
Hello everyone! I hope you all had a great Halloween weekend. This blog post will focus on time management. Time management is very important in law school and in life. This teaches you how to balance multiple things at a time while still being accurate. How do I time manage?
I have been wondering what the term “studying” means in law school. I understand that studying comes in all different places, forms, and sizes. Studying doesn’t always have to mean that you are hardcore memorizing. Studying doesn’t have to be just studying for longer periods of times. Studying doesn’t JUST have to take place in the library. A reasonable person might say I don’t “study.” What does that mean? Studying means different things to different people. Continue reading ““Studying” in Law School”