Words of Wisdom for the Graduating Class of COVID-19

I taught my last class of Advanced Legal Research for the Spring 2021 semester yesterday (and what I hope is my last class of teaching in the middle of a global pandemic). Even though Advanced Legal Research is research focused, I thought it worth my time and my students’ time to impart some words of wisdom that is applicable to not just the graduating class of 2021, but also to all of us who are hopefully soon going to emerge from underneath the veil of the threat of COVID-19 and head back into the “real world.” So, for all of you out there who are ready to graduate from COVID-19, this one is for you.

2020/2021: How I evolved from a pandemic and parenthood induced existential crisis into an entrepreneurial technical girl boss in-progress

There’s nothing like the pending transition into parenthood to shake things up and make you question everything you’ve ever done with your life and career. I am less than two months away from giving birth to our first child and I am having a massive existential/career crisis. Does this happen to everyone or is itContinue reading “2020/2021: How I evolved from a pandemic and parenthood induced existential crisis into an entrepreneurial technical girl boss in-progress”