I saw Canadian Geese on the law school campus this morning. They were hanging out on the grass as I walked past them on one of the paths that weave between ivy-covered brick buildings. As I drove in to the parking lot I heard birds chirping and saw squirrels running around the base of the building. On my way into the library everyone I saw greeted me and I greeted them. I engaged in small talk with the students outside the building sitting on the bench and with the librarians as I checked out a bluebook to do my homework with.Read more
And I have great taste. But if you would like a greater appeal to rationality, I would say that I have had the most wonderful time working with and getting to know my Professors. They are wonderful teachers, of course, as you’d expect at a school of BC’s calibre, but it is a lot more than that.Read more
So, this week I’ve decided to write an entirely different type of article. As much as I love economics, math, and their ties into the law, I’m writing this week about why I chose to attend BC Law.
I have always loved the law with all of its nuances intricacies and seemingly endless exceptions. I loved the law even before my love affair with economics began. Law school seemed to be a natural fit for me. I can say now that that has proven to be true. What drew me to BC Law, in particular, though, was that unlike many law schools, it has a way of attracting and retaining students who truly are friendly and friendly and while naturally competitive, are not competitive to the degree that they would rip pages out of a law book to prevent a fellow law student from being able to read those pages. BC Law also offered a strong selection of taxation and corporate classes that the little economist in me desired to take.Read more