Law Student Ambassadors

The Power of Networking

In the last semester of my law degree, I chose to go out into the real world (sorta) and do a Semester in Practice. That is a semester long externship in which I work as a limited licensed attorney and get school credit for it. During this internship, I have met many attorneys that also […]

Too much classroom, not enough practicum?

After 5 semesters in the classroom, and 8 semesters before that in my undergrad, I was very done with going to class. In fact, the thought of another semester in the classroom almost made me sick. Not that the teachers are bad or the students either. It was just time. I was completely over the […]

Senioritis?

My senior year of high school, everyone was talking about senioritis. Urban Dictionary defines senioritis as, “noun. A crippling disease that strikes high school seniors. Symptoms include: laziness, an over-excessive wearing of track pants, old athletic shirts, sweatpants, athletic shorts, and sweatshirts. Also features a lack of studying, repeated absences, and a generally dismissive attitude. […]

Home away from Home: How the Carrel System at the University of Idaho Sets Every Student Up for Success

Many of your professors will tell you that Law in a noble profession, which is a very true statement. However, no one tells you this piece of truth: the day-to-day life of a law student does not feel noble. No one gets enough sleep, everyone is struggling to stay mentally and physically healthy, and not […]

The Difference between 1L and 2L Year and the Importance of Getting Involved

Getting through the mid terms for my third semester in law school has prompted me to reflect on how much life has changed since I took my first law school midterms, a year ago.  My personal life is not much different, and school really isn’t that much different either.  I think the major change has […]