Reflecting on my first semester of law school

[This is a cross post of something I wrote, titled "Doing 1L Remote: What Worked For Me," for Santa Clara Law 3L Jess Miers' blog. The original post is here. Photo by Chris Montgomery on Unsplash] My classmates and I finished an unprecedented first semester of remote law school. It was weird, it was brutal, and it was... Continue Reading →

Women aren’t warriors

I spent the last year being pregnant and giving birth to my beautiful two-month old. All these months I did my teaching, consumed a whole shelf of pregnancy books, and, I'm ashamed to say, did no writing. That last part has been gnawing at me--I have always wanted to be a prolific writer and so... Continue Reading →

Asian American Artwork

Image archive I'm building for my Asian American Lit. students of relevant, important, or thought-provoking visual artwork. Suggestions or feedback welcome.  

Coasting

Since the earliest I can remember, I was never one to work very hard for what I wanted. This is not to say that I am lazy or overprivileged, but that I have had a lot of things go well in my life.

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