(Rough translation: Anything that is heavy can be light if done together)
July 2020 Bar Bulletin
By Majidah Cochran
This Essay won the 2019 King County Washington Woman Lawyer’s Scholarship:
In 2011, standing inches away from my television screen, in Edmond, Oklahoma, I watched my first tennis match ever. On Centre Court, Serena Williams won her first-round Wimbledon match against Aravane Rezai in three sets: 6-3, 3-6, 6-1. Immediately after her win, Serena broke down in tears. Viewers all over the world found out that Serena had nearly died from blood clots in her lungs that led to injuries in both of her feet about twelve months prior. In the post-match...