About Me!

My name is K and I’m recent law school graduate. I moved from Boston, the most amazing city on Earth, to Philadelphia. I went to law school because I want to help people… and apparently because I hated myself and wanted to punish myself on a daily basis.

Here are a few other facts you should know about me before reading: I’m a runner, I LOVE EATING especially Chipotle, and I’m a diehard New England fan. I’m an attorney waiting my bar results, clerking for a Judge, and living the suburban dream. Oh, and I’m planning for my upcoming wedding!

I created this blog for a few reasons:
1. All the rumors you’ve heard about law school being horrible are true and need to be told.
2. Law school can make the smartest person feel like a total moron, and
3. I wanted to document my time so I can look back later and laugh at myself. Follow my blog so you can follow my time through law school and snicker about how much I suck.

EDIT: I’m now on Twitter! Follow me!  @talesfromclerkhell

EDIT #2: I’m now on Pinterest! Let’s pin!

EDIT #3: I created a google+ account. I’m not sure how it works, but if you see an account on there with my name, it’s me! Google+

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10 thoughts on “About Me!

    1. Hi Aisha! Thank you so much! I’m really honored to be considered for this award and that you’re a fan of my blog!

      I’d love to participate in this! I’ll get on this right away!
      Thank you, again!

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    1. I know, poor guy. I’ve warned him far in advance that I might become a psychopath. I hope your significant other is prepared too! Have you guys been dating long?

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      1. Haha. Yeah, I found some cool advice/forewarning for significant others of law students’ and sent it to him. We’ve been dating for 6 years, so I’m not too too worried, but still this is new territory we’re reaching!

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      2. N and I just celebrated our 6 year anniversary, too! Wow, our situations are eerily similar. During my admitted students day, he went to the Parents/SO’s panel which he said was pretty insightful about what to expect and separating fact from fiction when it comes to dating/living with a law student.

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