Monthly Archives: February 2013

George Eastman House in Rochester, NY

As a Cleveland transplant, I’ve learned to really love post-industrial cities.  Except when driving through an unfamiliar part of town, following directions mandating a “slight left at the lights” and the road signs at the lights look something like below: Thank you, Cleveland, for occasionally being utterly impossible to navigate.  So, Valentine’s Day weekend, I […]

Speak up.

Law school is competitive, yes, but is the system really anti-women?  I’ve been meaning to respond to my dear friend Akhila’s observations about the Socratic method: “In law school, raising your hand is a competition. Hands shoot up every second, thoughts are formulated rapidly with no room for deep thinking, and the spotlight is on […]