Hillary Hellmann discusses life and work at the Department of Defense before coming to law school.
Although only a few months removed from my undergraduate experience, I feel as though I am already a world away. Beginning law school has been such a whirlwind, but I am loving every minute of it and I cannot wait to see what the future brings. No matter what, though, I will never forget the inspiration that convinced me to attend law school more than a decade ago.
Lately, I’ve been in the market for a new home, and one of the first things I do before making an actual visit to the property is watch a virtual tour online. Sure standard photography is nice, but a virtual tour gives me a 360 degree view of the floor plan and establishes a sense of place. Students often do the same thing when it comes to shopping for a law school. Before even setting foot on the campus, they’ll let their fingers do the walking.
Recently, I had the privilege of hooding law graduates at the 2012 TU Law graduation ceremony. The experience brought back fond memories of the first time I met several of our 2012 grads during their pre-law school days.