Each and every one of us is a beautiful, complicated mess.
Legally Blonde is one of the most well-known movies of the ‘00s and you’ll be hard pressed to find a law student today who hasn’t heard of, and often been inspired by, the pretty protagonist Elle Woods
Hard work doesn’t go unnoticed.
When we slip up in the parallel universe of social media, how do we cope with it in the real world?
Forget who everyone else says you should be. Forget the inner critic. Be you. When you’re the scented resume in a stack of Times New Roman, people want to pick you up.
The Natural Prosecutor is not a cuddly source of support. She is a realist. If you were to drink every time she said, “You do the crime, you do the time,” you’d be smashed by the end of 3L year.
Gone are the days when you blindly sign away your rights on those licensed user’s agreements, waivers, and liability forms. You’ll at least the skim the page and might even find yourself crossing out disagreeable provisions.
Repeat to yourself, “Endorphins make people happy! Happy people don’t kill their husbands!”
Either way, tonight is as good as any to have a good ol’ fashioned Girls’ Movie Night. So put on those pajamas, and have a blast with your besties.
Step 1: Get Your Heart Broken