(International) Laws Are Like Sausages

It’s been a while… for anyone still following, I moved back to the States from Beijing last summer, and I’ve recently finished my first year of law school at NYU. Because I apparently can’t get enough of living anywhere but home, I’m now abroad again for a few months in The Hague, Netherlands, working in … More (International) Laws Are Like Sausages


It’s been a long time since I last posted, but because I’ve done quite a bit of traveling since then I figured I’d better start catching up. Regardless, writing is a nice respite from studying—I’m taking the LSAT in less than a week, so needless to say, logic games and arguments and conditional statements and assumptions … More Iceland

The Left-Side Pocket

I slide open the zipper on the left-side pocket of my camera bag to reveal a cluster of small cards and folded papers, receipts and tickets, miscellaneous scraps. The stub of a boarding pass, my destination still visible. “Thira to Milan.” A supermarket receipt, primarily in Greek, the only visible English “swiss rolls” and “3.36 … More The Left-Side Pocket