Law school is interesting because you meet people from all different walks of life. No matter how dissimilar we are, we all share one common denominator, which is the fact that our lives have somehow led us to pursue this crazy thing called a law degree. I was out of school for no longer than two months before starting law school. Before law school I worked two jobs, one as a lead student mentor at my undergraduate institution and the other was in retail. I especially enjoyed the role I played at my undergrad because it was always so rewarding to guide fresh, new students in the right direction and help them avoid all the stupid mistakes that I made during my initial years as an undergraduate student. There, I discovered how interested I was in motivational speaking and uplifting others.
Aside from that, people who know me know that I am HUGE on health and wellness. For me this includes eating clean (or as clean as possible), getting the right amount of physical activity, and whatever else comes along with making myself feel strong and confident from the inside out. I think most people can agree that we tend to perform much better in our daily lives when we are healthy, confident, and feeling great. It’s easy to think that all you have time to do in law school is study, or feel guilty when you try to do anything other than study, but it is extremely important to make time for and to take very good care of yourself.
Here, at Loyola, I plan on focusing in on Entertainment law, which encompasses a lot of different facets but I plan to focus more in the arena of television and production.