Law School · Work Life Balance

Put in the Work: Preparing for Finals

We talk a lot about stress in law school, especially during finals time because guuuurrrl it is stressful! Beyond anything you experience in college. It is a mental mind melt and it can feel confusing as to why it feels so rough. Trust that you’re not alone in feeling frustrated and that it’s very normal… Continue reading Put in the Work: Preparing for Finals

Issues · Law School

Open Letter to “Mediocre” Latinx Students: Go Where You’re Not Wanted

Yesterday, I saw the article on WaPo about the University of Maryland professor who accidentally sent an email to his mock trial class that included a coach’s (the prof’s daughter) remarks on the students who had tried out and her concern about whether or not to include the Latino students for the sake of diversity… Continue reading Open Letter to “Mediocre” Latinx Students: Go Where You’re Not Wanted

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Don’t Believe the Hype: Navigating Negative Emotions as a First Gen Student

I often mention how many Latinas going into the law are family leaders. Maybe you were the one that interpreted for your parents, or your siblings look to you for guidance/advice on big decisions, or maybe you’ve blazed an educational path for the rest of your family as a first gen student. This type of… Continue reading Don’t Believe the Hype: Navigating Negative Emotions as a First Gen Student