In this installment of our “law student on the street” interviews, I offer evidence that law students don’t live in a law school vacuum.
Angela Clements, a newly-minted 3L at Berkeley Law, discusses the monumental California Supreme Court decision on gay marriage. Angela is so connected to the real world that she actually attended the press conference in San Francisco in the middle of her 2L final exams. For this, I give Angela mad props. Justin, Brian, and I have barely had the time to make blog posts these last few weeks, much less head to the California Supreme Court to obtain a court decision and read it.
Ed. note: for a hard-hitting look at the alumni affiliations and "doability" of the California Supreme Court justices, check out Above the Law.