Year: 2L (Class of 2017)
Undergraduate institution: Bowdoin College, Class of 2012, graduated cum laude, Government and Legal Studies
Experiences between college and law school: I worked as the Alumni Fund Associate for Bowdoin College for two years. There, I managed the College’s young alumni and senior class gift campaigns.
- Vice President, Boston College Law School Democrats
- Admissions Committee member
- Teaching Assistant, Criminal Law, Professor Hong
- Barbri Bar Review Section Rep
Favorite class: Judge and the Community Court Clinic with Hon. Cratsley and Hon. Flynn because it affords me the opportunity to spend time in court every week, and learn firsthand from a presiding judge.
- Summer Associate at Mintz Levin (2L Summer)
- Law Clerk at Free Speech for People (1L Summer)
What will you do after graduation? I hope to return to Mintz Levin to work in litigation.
Why law school? I’ve known since I was pretty young that I wanted to be a lawyer. I’ve always been inspired by stories of my grandfather, who was an attorney in Haiti. I also love to solve problems and serve as an advocate.
Why BC Law? Having lived in Maine for six years, I fell in love with a lot of what New England has to offer. BC was a great fit for me because the sense of community that comes with being a BC Law student mirrors very nicely with my experiences at Bowdoin College.
What most surprised you about BC Law when you got here? I was most surprised about how happy people here generally seem to be. Law school is stressful, no matter where you attend, but BC manages to foster a healthy environment where people can be challenged intellectually while still enjoying life.
Alain Mathieu is a 2L at BC Law and a BC Law Ambassador. Feel free to contact him with questions about his experience, BC Law, or law school in general. Comment here or send him an e-mail at email@example.com.
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