With Santa Clara Law about to kick off their orientation this week, I thought now would be a good time to finally write this post: A letter to my 1L self. Dear 1L Jess, So you decided to go to law school. Why? I don’t mean that as in “why would you do this to […]
I could hardly believe it’s been a whole year but WordPress sure was prompt with that hosting bill… Aside from the monetary implications, here we are over 40 posts and 10,000 views later.
artist credit: Victor Crispim Jess’s Note: Earlier this month, Senator Blackburn analogized the Internet to a pervert’s van filled with candy used to lure and kidnap children. Which left me wondering, how did we go from the “Internet is a unique and wholly new medium” to the Internet is a pedo-van? As a zealous and […]
The USPTO asked for comments regarding the under-representation of women and minority groups in the patent system as part of a study they must conduct per the SUCCESS Act. Santa Clara Law professor, Eric Goldman, and I responded along with 22 other signatories. — Last weekend, I accomplished another exciting career milestone: co-authoring and publishing […]
“Limit your exposure,” my dad would always warn me. 13 years later, I grew up and dedicated my career to doing the exact opposite. My obsession with the Internet started at a pretty young age – which is scary considering how much shit was on the Internet back then before the massive efforts to protect […]
Prompted by some of my current tasking at work, I went on a journey through Google’s history of research publications. Come join me on my quest to become a better back-end developer!
This morning, my husband and I tackled the Angel Island half-marathon which will now go down as the most challenging race I have ever completed. Like a good law student, I failed to read the rules of the race and to my great dismay at the starting line, I found out headphones were completely […]