I graduated from law school on Sunday. I was happy to receive a few awards the day before, but even happier to have my fiancée and my family — including my 92-year-old grandmother! — there with me. It was a fantastic weekend, and I am proud to join a long line of Taylors in the legal profession.
After putting my life into boxes and onto a moving truck, I’m now back in San Francisco, the city I left three years ago to start this adventure. My review class for the California bar exam starts on Tuesday, and although I have some pre-work to do for that, I am going to try to enjoy these few final days of freedom and get to know my new neighborhood of Noe Valley.
This is how I felt after finishing my last exam today.
I’ve never focused much on Daft Punk, but if this single is indicative of the overall direction of their forthcoming album, then it’s going to be amazing. I’m a sucker for anything with that funky disco guitar strumming in it. Been listening to this over and over — can’t wait for the rest of the tracks.
An abbreviated (though perhaps no less dense) version of my Note has been published to the Legal Workshop. My thanks to my Law Review colleagues for selecting my piece to be among those submitted from Volume 54, and for their help in editing it down!
The first issue of our volume of the William & Mary Law Review is hot off the presses! Nice to finally have the first tangible product of our staff and editors’ hard work.
This issue is the one that includes my Note, which you can also find here (PDF). It’s been a long time in the making, so it’s pretty awesome to see it in print.