Lunch Talks, Coffee Mess, and Sunny Study Spots in the Library: A Few Things the Class of 2019 Will Miss About the Law School
"My tax classes"
"Prof. Buss bringing her dog to school!"
"Miss Peggy's bright smile and life in the Green Lounge!"
"Great friends & good conversations!"
"Outlaw Bar Review" "Mike Wheat & David Marenberg" "Coffee Mess"
"The Federalist Society (on campus)"
"My favorite sunny study spot in the library"
"Friends who have become family"
"Our incredible faculty"
"Working with faculty and student colleagues on pressing issues that are important to me"
"The day every April when the reflecting pool gets filled and instantly puts a smile on everyone's faces"
"The Con Law seminar with Prof. Buss and high school students!"
"The students, the faculty, and especially my colleagues" -- Abbie Willard, who retires this year as the Associate Dean for Career Services
"The Law School International Immersion trips -- especially my Hungary-Czech Republic trip (and Aican!)"
"Debating and learning from my brilliant classmates in the journal office"
"Free lunch at lunch talks!"
After graduation, at least one member of the Class of 2019 will miss the day each April when water is restored to the Law School's reflecting pool and everyone smiles as they contemplate the coming of Spring.
Others will miss debating their classmates in the journals office or traveling with the International Immersion Program or mentoring h high school students as part of Professor Emily Buss's high school/law school constitutional law seminar. Many will miss coffee mess, lunch talks, the faculty--and, perhaps most especially, each other.
As the graduating students prepare to don their caps and gowns this weekend, take a look at what just a few of them say they will remember most about their time in the Laird Bell Quadrangle.