I Passed the California Bar Exam. Abolish it.

The following piece is a transparent discussion about my bar exam experience. I intend to raise further awareness about why the bar exam is a deeply flawed assessment mechanism, methodically contrived to reinforce and reward privilege. I do not intend to devalue or dismiss the successes rightfully enjoyed by my colleagues. If you passed the […]

Things I Wish I Knew When I Was A 1L

It’s that time of year again. Anxious 1Ls await the beginning of what will be the longest three years of their lives. Meanwhile, attorneys, law profs, and other legal professionals are eagerly sharing advice on how to survive. The weekend before the start of law school is overwhelming. With so much information, words of wisdom, […]

My Bar Exam Status FAQ (J.D. Advantage)

Now that I’ve officially graduated from law school, I wanted to publicly address some FAQ’s I’ve been receiving daily from friends, family, and faculty regarding my bar exam / job situation. I’ll note that these are fair questions and concerns and that I greatly appreciate all the check-ins. I especially appreciate all of the advice […]

Resilience

If I were an employer, I’d pay close attention to the classes of 2020 and 2021. What sets us apart from the rest won’t be our grades, our class rankings, our impressive lists of internships, nor our ability to marathon a semester’s worth of Zoom lectures in a day. It will be our raw, unrelenting […]

Friday Tech Policy News (03-05-2021)

SECTION 230 Utah’s Horrible, No Good, Very Bad, Terrible, Censorial ‘Free Speech’ Bill Is A Disaster In The Making A month ago, we noted that a bunch of state legislatures were pushing blatantly unconstitutional bills to try to argue that social media websites can’t moderate “conservative” views any more. All of these bills are unconstitutional, […]

Friday Tech Policy News (2-18-2021)

A round-up of tech policy news I’ve been following throughout the week Section 230 Democrats split over plan to require greater censorship of ads in Section 230 overhaul Senate Democrats are split on new legislation that could force tech companies to censor online ads in the hopes of curbing misinformation and fraudulent claims. The bill is […]