Earlier this week, I bumped into a friend from law school on BART as I headed into work. She asked me if I was still in Oakland, Calif., at the Public Interest Law Project, and I told her that I was finishing my internship at the end of September. “That’s exciting,” she said. Her husband had just completed a clerkship, and she had recently switched firms as well. “Ah, but you must be having that bittersweet nostalgia feeling all the time now,” she said.
After she got off at her stop — the same one I’ll use when I start at Orrick — I thought about that remark and smiled. It had been rather busy the last couple weeks at the office, so I hadn’t really been feeling that way yet. But now I was.
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