It’s summer. And, it’s awesome even with this rain.
My last two years of law school are now memories. It’s time for new beginnings.
The day after my last final, I returned back to work and have been writing a large variety of Board Briefs for the appellate division. But, that’s old news because on June 3rd, I’m transferring over to the trial division. And, I’m as excited as can be. Instead of befriending my computer, I get to interact with physicians, attorneys, claimants, and employers in addition to learning millions of new things. I’m now court certified and ready to roll!
But, I still want a short vacation this summer. So, I’ll be heading north to Vancouver B.C. in June to get some serious shopping out of the way for a week. Should be fun!
And, in August, I will be going to OLIO, an absolutely wonderful program hosted by the Diversity & Inclusion office of the Oregon State Bar for incoming 1L minority students, in Hood River. Following this, I plan to take the MPRE exam (the ethics portion of the Bar) on August 17th.
And, then . . . my last year of law school begins . . .
A little birdie told me that third year is the year that “they bore you to death.”