What a ride 2019 has been! I hope you all are enjoying a well-deserved break — baking on a beach somewhere warm — now that the semester is done and over with (whoo!).
Wrapping up a year full of ups and downs, we wanted to highlight a few of the most popular posts by our amazing writers at BC Law Impact:
- Learn Our Names. 1L Rosa Kim discusses an in-class experience that led to a powerful reflection on identity, culture, and diversity at BC Law.
- Preparing for Law School Series: The Personal Statement. BC Law students provide helpful tips for writing a personal statement.
- Inside BC’s Admissions Process: A Q&A With Dean McShay. Dean McShay gives the inside scoop on the admissions process at BC Law.
- 5 Reasons Why I Chose BC Law. 2L Courtney Ruggeri shares why she chose BC Law.
- A BC Law Guide to Living in Boston. Former 3L Brianna Marshall provides an overview of the various neighborhoods in which BC Law students consider living.
- Celebrate Mental Health with BC Law. The Impact Blog celebrated World Mental Health Day by sharing various ways in which individuals cultivate joy, cope with stressors, and find perspective while in law school.
- What’s the Deal with Those Sleep Pods?1L Dan Reilly gave his take on the new sleep pods found on the third floor of the library.
- Dear BCPD Police Officer. 3L Christina Green recounts a recent experience with a police officer at BC and reflects on how this experience impacted her.
- A Grateful Listener: Family Court Judge Reflects on Lessons Learned. The Hon. James V. Menno ‘86 wrote a guest post for the Impact Blog following his retirement.
- Starting Over in the Middle: What It’s Really Like to Transfer Law Schools. 2L Tatiana Becker provides readers with a glimpse into what it’s like to transfer in law school.
With that, thank you for following BC Law Impact, happy holidays, remember to re-apply sunblock every 3 hours, and we look forward to seeing everyone in 2020!
Jae Lee is a second-year student who loves hearing from readers. Contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.