Faced with two semesters of law school from home, I’ve decided to chronicle my experiences of it.
Join me as I chat about law school - as I'm going through it - as well as literature, politics, culture, and whatever else my friends and profs are doing.
You can find me on YouTube and wherever else you get your podcasts.
LLL #14 - Take Two
A general reflection on the semester that passed, and what lies ahead until April.
Happy New Year!
LLL #13 - Professor Randy Boyagoda
Professor Randy Boyagoda of the UofT discusses diagnostic and symptomatic novels, his own writing, and an ongoing trend in the literary world.
Thank you, Professor Boyagoda for taking the time! Always a pleasure to speak with you.
LLL #12 - General Reflections [Democracy & Constitutions]
In the first podcast that deals explicitly with course material I reflect upon my 'Democracy & Constitutions' seminar.
My prof says we need more democracy. Fair enough.
Can we agree on a definition? For whom? When?
LLL #11 - Which Way Are We Looking?
A rambling interrogation of my and my culture's outlook.
A promotion of 'Bombadilism' - a Tolkienian, radical optimism that takes on a life of its own as it barrels through fields of doubt and worrry.
LLL #10 - Maurícia Silva: The Path to Speech-Language Pathology & Next Steps
Like Eric and Alex before her, Maurícia is a friend I met on Woodsworth College's summer abroad trip to Oxford.
Maurícia chats speech-language pathology, how she became familiar with the field, and when and how she knew it was to be her career.
Thank you, Maurícia, for sharing insights that I couldn't have even guessed at. Always a pleasure to speak with you.
LLL #9 - Aidan Potts: Adventurous Growth & the Psychology of Business
Listen as my high school friend Aidan Potts recounts his experiences as he moved to university and England (and back), and stepping into the business world with both feet forward.
Aidan discourses about living with alopecia, and how adventure is what we need to both discover and reinvent our priorities and values.