I am a 3L, quickly approaching graduation. I have a summer of bar prep and a new job awaiting me in the fall. I have been in school since I was 5 – going straight from high school to college to law school. But law school is different.
Out of the Clouds, a Lightning Strike, It’s Rich Strike: Don’t Fret about a Slow Start out of the Gate
Rich Strike serves as a testament to how a slow start out of the gate does not matter much when the true question in life is how well you understand yourself, the task at hand, and what it takes to ultimately succeed in the end
Stanford Law’s Free Speech Teachable Moments
I welcome more media coverage that helps foster further discussion about greater respect for free speech values on college campuses and supports judges . . . so they can better reflect their positions of leadership in the legal community and society at large.
Imposter Syndrome: It’s Real. Most of Us Feel It Sometimes. Here’s How to Fight Back.
Years ago, before I began law school, I recall hearing a song with a chorus to the following effect: “I’m afraid/That I’m just a bum.” The song’s premise was that its singer meets various seemingly successful people, and he asks them about the secret to their success.
No Grit, No Pearl: The Importance of Letting Your Struggles Define You
A single pearl can cost anywhere from $20 to $5,000. Pearls are viewed as a physical representation of the wearer’s purity, integrity, and self-control. Seen as king’s jewelry, these stones represent wealth and power