By Settenah – Office of Admissions
As the students in the Class of 2020 settle into their routines as 1Ls, the Office of Admissions is gearing up to bring in the Class of 2021. The Northeastern School of Law application for Fall 2018 went live on August 15th and we have planned several information sessions to help prospective students learn more about the application process, as well as what Northeastern University School of Law has to offer. A campus tour is incorporated into each session to give students an idea of the campus layout, and provide them with the opportunity to meet different community members.
The remaining Information Sessions are planned for Tuesday, October 17th, 2017 and Monday, November 13th, 2017 from 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm. If you are interested in attending, register here!
Please join us for the How to Get it Done conference on April 22! How To Get It Done: Where Legal Power Meets People Power is a student-organized conference designed to connect law students, activists, and members of the Boston community, to share knowledge, strategize together, and develop the skills needed to take action. Our programming is based on the expertise and perspectives of those who have lived experiences central to the issues we are most concerned with today. Register Here. Read on to find out more about what will be featured at the conference!
How To Get It Done will feature:
- Panel discussions featuring activists and subject matter experts to help participants understand some of today’s pressing social issues.
- Identity-based caucusing to create spaces for folks from similar backgrounds and identities to share their experiences and figure out how to work together well.
- Trainings designed to help participants leave with a clear understanding of how they can organize to Get It Done.
- A healing space for participants looking to decompress and tap into their inner selves.
- How To Get It Done will convene at Dockser Hall on the campus of Northeastern University on April 22, 2017, beginning at 8:45am.
How To Get It Done will convene at Dockser Hall on the campus of Northeastern University on April 22, 2017, beginning at 8:45am, and is open to the public.
By Miranda ’19
If I told you 1L isn’t hard, I would be lying. Throughout 1L you are almost always battling stress, insecurities, competition, frustration and challenges. You may feel overwhelmed, inadequate, overworked and just plain confused. It can be easy to get wrapped up in negativity during 1L. A place with high demands, a new learning system, and extremely intelligent colleagues isn’t something one can process lightly. But trust me when I say that once you learn to listen to yourself over others, a surprising majority of your stress can disappear. You’ll want to learn this lesson before beginning the opportunistic adventure we call 1L.
by Patricia ’19
When my friend recently asked me to tag along for a networking event at a Boston law firm, I immediately said yes. Shortly after, however, I started to doubt everything under the sun and began psyching myself out of going—I didn’t have the right clothes, I needed to do homework, I should just go next time, etc. But even while half of my brain was shouting “No!” the other part was encouraging me to step out of my comfort zone and do something that might be essential to my future career. I decided to go. Read on to find out what I learned: