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03 May 2011 ~ 0 Comments

Mark Your Calendar for May 6: A Benefit to Raise Awareness for the DREAM Act and Safe Schools

One of the best things that came out of moving to Washington D.C. is the number of wonderful friends I have made out here. Some of them, along with some awesome law school mates, are holding a fundraiser for me this Friday at RAS, that also promises to be a benefit for the DREAM Act […]

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29 April 2011 ~ 0 Comments

Officially a 2L

I should be out partying with other law school friends right now. Instead, I’m holed up in my studio wondering about how to pay for law school next year. (Unlike U.S. citizens and legal residents, I cannot get loans for school. Grants and scholarships only go some way to covering $65,000 per year). On my […]

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15 April 2011 ~ 0 Comments


I received a random call from Legal Language telling me that I was receiving second place in some kind of contest. I could not recall what it was and then I remembered this really bad immigration law blog post I had submitted on a website some time ago. From their website: Second place: Prerna Lal, […]

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17 July 2010 ~ 0 Comments

Embracing the Colonial

Shockingly, this isn’t a post about post-colonialism unless you read beyond the text and unearth a sub-text. I’ve been in Washington D.C. for several days now thoroughly detesting the humid weather in this swampy city while checking out housing. It was a daunting task — I’ve no official credit history even though I’ve never defaulted […]

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