“I don’t have time for that.” It’s one of the top grievances of students once they enter law school and their days become chipped away by reading, homework, and research. When not digesting what we were assigned to read, we fret about what more we should be reading. The pressures and expectations consume us and we find free time is no longer a resource we hold in ample measure. And as the pressure builds and the stress piles on, a small, select group craves the unthinkable—they want more.
On top of strenuous academic demands, students across the country lend their time and energy to lead various school organizations with the mission of enhancing the learning atmosphere of their peers. Student bar association (SBA) presidents go from faculty meetings to committee meetings to social events to diversity fairs and back around again. They give their time when, in all actuality, they have no time to spare.