Lee Leviter '11
Lee Leviter '11

I’ve found that meditating is a perfect oasis away from the stresses of law school.

Lee Leviter '11
Lee Leviter '11

If you’d told me two years ago that I’d be writing philosophy papers, I would have laughed in your face. But the Colloquium on Law, Economics and Politics changed my mind.

Lee Leviter '11
Lee Leviter '11

Because it’s been terrifying to watch the ever-increasing vilification of Islam, I attended a candlelight vigil on September 10th, in support of citywide tolerance and religious freedom.

Lee Leviter '11
Lee Leviter '11

When I read that Elena Kagan earned a B-minus as a Harvard first-year, I had two reactions: I was surprised that she’d faltered early on, but I also was pleased that she seemed not to have let her grades define her as a law student or as a lawyer. It took me two semesters to learn this lesson.

Lee Leviter '11
Lee Leviter '11

Public law schools have come under fire for their law clinics’ legal battles against powerful interest groups. But as a law student, I’ve seen that clinics are critical to a sound legal education.

Lee Leviter '11
Lee Leviter '11

The air was bursting with Spring in Washington Square Park. Of course, we weren’t there to enjoy the weather. No, I was with fellow journal members, and we were discussing what I had to fix in my 10,000-word paper.

Lee Leviter '11
Lee Leviter '11

In mid-February, I interviewed to be one of four executive editors of the Journal of International Law and Politics. For two reasons, this interview was unlike any I have ever had.

Lee Leviter '11
Lee Leviter '11

I am sitting in the first Lawyering session of the year, and the class is debating the definition of the word “vehicle.”

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