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Monthly Archives: September 2012

Be Careful What You Wish For

I love writing. For me, one of the most exciting things about the legal profession is that writing will be an important part of my job. Moreover, improving my writing ability has become the way for me to perform well in law school. I would rather spend weeks writing a term paper or brief than […]

The Game Began Without me

Going home is always good, but it is sometimes tricky for me to get back into the states.  After many years of living in the US and being a student at Vermont Law School, getting a student visa is not a problem; it is getting on the visa interview schedule that is the issue.  It […]

The Four Digit Rule

A friend of mine in college had a rule that governed his approach to work-management. It was this: wake up before there are four digits on the clock, and go to bed before there are four digits on the clock. Now, this rule was flexible. Weekends, for example, were an exception. Yet, the point of […]