You did it. You got into law school and survived your 1L year. You finally let out a deep sigh after your last final before the reality sets in: you still have two more years of law school. Maybe the thought of two more years at your law school enthralls you. Or maybe you regularly fantasize about another law school. If the latter, then transferring law schools may be the right choice for you.
About Aleena Ijaz
Aleena is a rising 3L at Harvard Law School interested in criminal appellate work. She spent her 1L year at George Washington University Law School before transferring to Harvard to complete her legal education. As a law student, she has been active in criminal law societies and the Women's Law Association, serves as an editor on a Harvard law journal, and has assisted on legal research ranging from jailhouse informant testimony to the complexities of federal courts. She hails from northern Virginia and attended the University of Virginia for her undergraduate studies, where she finished with a double major in economics and public policy along with a minor in biology. In her free time, Aleena enjoys mentorship, dancing, and listening to Supreme Court podcasts.