- Considerations of "Modern life"
- Creative writing
- Joie de vivre
- New York City
- The law
Everything feels a bit sophomoric at the moment. I feel like I’m doomed to be in perpetual anticipation of something more, to graduate to something more profound?
Like, I wonder if it’s symptomatic of law students, in eras when the global economy is in constant states of uncertainty, to feel like such frauds, because after all, law school doesn’t teach you anything about being a lawyer. Or, in better times, does the certainty of a real job after graduation gives them a sense of purpose that obviates such existential contemplations? Contemplations that are truly inconsequential to the “higher order” of advocacy?