Falling In Love With Santa Rosa Island

Last week, I had a wonderful—and not to mention, rare—opportunity to visit Santa Rosa Island; one of the famous California channel islands. Admittedly, it is immensely difficult to put words to the incredible experience. It easily made the #1 spot on my list of favorite travel destinations. Notably, this was also my first time camping. […]

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, […]

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 Round-Up (1-22-2021)

A round-up of tech policy reads/podcasts I’ve been following throughout the week: Section 230 Jennifer Huddleston on tech’s response to the Capitol Riots Berin Szoka on why we need Section 230 more than ever Prof. Eric Goldman’s Comments on the Protecting Constitutional Rights from Online Platform Censorship Act Trump made a mess of tech policy. Here’s […]

Dear 1Ls (2020 Edition)

Dear COVID-19 1Ls, By now the grades have probably started rolling in. I don’t envy you in the slightest. At least when my first semester grades came in, I had people around me to commiserate with. More importantly, I had my fellow 2Ls and 3Ls there to pick me back up and tell me everything […]