Posts from the ‘Law Student Chronicles’ category

I Just Felt Like Running ~ By Deanna Alfred

  At the start of 2016, I knew that I would be one of 26,000 to run in the Los Angeles Stadium to Sea Marathon. Because…

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Ballpark Neighborhood: A Tale of Two Communities ~ By Ty Nagamatsu

This year as a 3L, I am participating in the Community and Economic Development (CED) Clinic, the exclusively transactional clinic at DU Law. During the CED…

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First Year They Scare You; Second Year They Work You; Third Year…Can I Go Now? ~ By Deanna Alfred

In 2013, President Obama expressed his stance on a widely debated issue in the legal community and made it clear that law schools would be wise…

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Law Student Chronicles: Legal Lessons

  As my second year of law school comes to a graceful close, I can’t help but marvel at how quickly these past 19 months have…

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Law Student Chronicles: What Do Krav Maga and Legal Reasoning Have in Common?

  I’ve had an eventful 2L year! I juggled many responsibilities as a teaching assistant for legal writing, an articles editor on CU’s law review, a…

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Law Student Chronicles: Likhona Means Hope

  This year has been the best year of my life thus far. I was able to visit the African continent—a desire I’ve had for a…

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Law Student Chronicles: The Halfway Point

  Greetings Docket Readers! I am one final and two papers away from being halfway through law school. I can hardly believe it’s true, but an…

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Law Student Chronicles: The Human Connection

Editor’s note: We asked four 1L law students—two from Colorado Law and two from Denver Law—to submit articles for our new column, “Law Student Chronicles,” twice…

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Law Student Chronicles First-Year Perspective: The Best is Yet to Come

  Editor’s note: We asked four 1L law students—two from Colorado Law and two from Denver Law—to submit articles for our new column, “Law Student Chronicles,”…

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Law Student Chronicles: A Ten-Year Hiatus

“What made you decide to go to Law School?” This is a question every law student will answer dozens of times in the course of interviewing…

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