all opinions shared are my own and do not represent Google I’ll begin by saying that this has been an exhausting emotional roller-coaster since the beginning of my 2L year. For the quick tl;dr: I am officially a full-time Policy Specialist and Product Lead for Google Trust and Safety. This is part one of a […]
Google Drive link for MPRE resources
Google Drive link for misc 2L outlines and resources.
Internet Law | Fall 2019 (Goldman) When you have the opportunity to take a law school class with the world’s leading expert in the field/thought-leader, you take it. For obvious reasons, this was hands-down my favorite and the most valuable course I’ve taken in law school. Not only will you cover all of the important […]
The short answer: you can’t. If you’re anything like me, you’re likely not satisfied with that answer. I certainly wasn’t. I get it. I’m a naturally anxious person – so every day I wasn’t doing something productive during my 0L summer, I was fretting. Sound familiar? I have some good news. There’s actually a […]
Hello SCU Family! I plan to use this blog post to offer some transparency and share live updates throughout the lockdown. I’ll be updating regularly so please check back. As a member of the Student Affairs Committee, I hear your concerns. As always, you can feel free to message me on any social media service, email […]
Deep within my childhood neighborhood, there’s a famous hill we used to refer to as “Suicide hill.” In today’s more mental-health-conscious world, the title is admittedly insensitive, but kids will be kids. Suicide hill earned its name from the many broken limbs it claimed as the most famous, yet dangerous, sledding spot in the […]
This semester, the SCU Internet Law Student Organization (ILSO) is shifting our focus to professional development. You came here to get a job – we’re here to help. Here’s how: New Slack Workspace (Professional Development Goal: Networking) All ILSO student members should have received a link last week to join our new Slack workspace. To […]
“I just want to sue people,” said the prospective law student sitting behind me at the annual LSAC conference. It’s an all too familiar phrase and one that perhaps all of us law students, current and prospective, are guilty of uttering at one time or another. It’s not surprising. Here in the U.S., legal pop […]
Ever wonder what happened to the Windows pinball game from back in the XP days? Turns out like most old software – it’s still around if you know where to look.