This Friday was Barrister's (Bearister's) Ball, or basically law school prom. I couldn't go because I was arguing in the Ninth Circuit (!!) the next day, but I wan't to celebrate with my friends who will be graduating this year.
Hung out with my bud over break!
So proud to have been selected as one this years Cruz Reynoso Fellowship recipient along with this bunch! Thank you Berkeley Law's La Raza Law Students Association for supporting us and allowing us to spend our summers doing important public interest work!
It took so much effort to get Eli to get out of the house and let me take some photos but I am so glad he did.
This week was Frances!
Last week's portrait is of Gianna, my cousin.
I took pictures of Prince again and they might just be my favorites yet! We went to the botanical garden at Lake Merritt and used my 85mm 1.8 and prism.
Okay. So this is Sylvia. Sylvia was one of my first friends in law school. When I came in late to our first class on the first day of school she texted me that she saved me a seat. Chatting, laughing, and sometimes learning about torts with Sylvia was a highlight of my first semester!
This week I had the honor of meeting the first Latino California Supreme Court Justice, the Honorable Cruz Reynoso. I aspire to become a justice one day, but without trailblazers like him, that idea would never have occurred to me.
Yesterday was my birthday! And in recognition of growing another year older (and maybe wiser?) I took a portrait of myself.
The second set.
This first set are the photos with a more natural feel to them. I got to use my prism and Prince LOVED it.
Hair is such a mutable feature. It can be cut, dyed, curled, straightened, covered, tied back, left loose. Hair is something that most people don’t think twice about being without.
Sabrina cut her hair this weekend!
With Valentine's Day just around the corner Princeton will not hesitate to remind you that while it is valuable to celebrate your loved ones you have to love yourself before you can truly love others.
Eva Paterson is such a force. I had the honor of hearing her speak at my school, Berkeley Law, last week as part of the United Against White Supremacy symposium that was hosted by the Berkeley Journal of African American Law and Policy, Asian American Law Journal, La Raza Law Journal, and Journal of Middle Eastern and Islamic Law.
These are my friends.