But I thought now would be a good time to clarify the roles of the law school and of this blog. Obviously, since I chose to go here, I believe in this school. I believe it has a great program, but I'm just a student in this program. In this blog, I've tried to record and describe the experience of being a law student. You could say that I've endorsed this school simply by coming here and believing in it, but the school did not endorse this blog as the official UA law blog (or otherwise) when it sent out the link. It's just sending some reading to alumni that they might find interesting. We went through the same things, we will have the same alma mater, and we're bound by those shared experiences, so they might be interested in the experience of a 2L who's chosen to keep a blog and share what she's learned.
To repeat: the law school does not endorse everything I say on this blog, and I intend to keep the blog as an honest reflection of my time here. This might include some criticisms of the program, but it includes a lot of praise as well.
Every organization has its problems, and one reason I post my criticisms here is so that fellow students, past and present, can have a forum in which to discuss them. Otherwise, I hope the blog continues to give some insight into what it feels like to be a law student, and I hope I can make you laugh while you read. Either way, I hope you find something of value here. If you have an issue with something I've posted, you're always welcome to email me: Senichols@gmail.com.