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Alyssa Moscrop

BIBL Voices
November 12, 2016

An Inside Look From The First Semester of Law School

In case you are wondering, the first two months of law school are like clicking the “unlock” button on your car keys to try and open your school locker at the end of the day. Yes, this actually happened to me. I understand now why so many people confess that the first year of law school is the most difficult. Never in my life have I been surrounded in one room by so many intelligent minds, so many go-getters and type-A personalities. Nor have I ever left a class so mentally drained, confused, and even sometimes discouraged (except maybe after…
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BIBL Voices
June 6, 2016

Big Decisions, Big Dreams, and the Voice that Brought Me Here

In light of Rachel Gezerseh’s recent article, Perspective: In Law, Women Need to Help Other Women, I’d like to share my own experiences as a woman soon to embark on her legal career. I met Rachel shortly after receiving several law school acceptance letters, at a time when I desperately needed guidance—but didn’t even know it. On a warm Tuesday afternoon in late February, in between classes and a trip to the gym, I walked into a Pre-Law Society Meeting at SDSU where Rachel was presenting on BigLaw. My expectations were simple: listen intently, perhaps take a few notes, and…
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