Coronavirus ruins everything, especially Civil Procedure...which did not need help.
Can I get a redo?
Everyone, even the slackers, will wonder about what to bring into the test room and the final things to go over on final day. There really is no reason to worry, but this is what I did and brought in and it worked (okay) for me. However, this is a post I definitely want to … Continue reading Final Preparation
Get ready for the worst days of your life.
It's always chilly in the Law School and not just because they have the AC cranked up for all the Suits.
We're a month into law school and the gunners are out in full force. After a quiet week or two, the hand raising and spewing of irrelevant quotes from the book are littered through classes like wine on a wedding dress. While gunners are inevitably frustrating there are some upsides. They bring you closer to … Continue reading 3 Upsides to Gunners
Our Student Bar Association and Association of Women Lawyers recently invited Attorney Kimberly Motley to speak. Kimberly is a world renowned International Attorney and human rights activist that graduated from Marquette University Law School. After serving as a public defender in Milwaukee for 5 years, Motley took a chance on a lucrative position that was … Continue reading Spotlight on Kimberly Motley: a MULS Alumni Shaping Human Rights in Afghanistan.
The everyday hustle to stay ahead and not fall behind, because once you do there's no coming back.
Law school is a lot of work, drop anything extra and only shower twice a week....you'll be fine.
I'm a sucker for a good cliché, and since it's pumpkin spice latte season, I'm dedicating this post to the individuals that embody the cliches of law school. Real People: I am super impressed that the huge majority of people are grown up, wonderful people in law school. They're not here to cause drama or … Continue reading 9 Cliché People You’ll Meet in Law School