This entry features the work of our favorite law student illustrator, Claire Suni. We were thrilled when Claire agreed to work with us on Open Book. As the illustrations in the book, and the doodles below suggest, she has a real gift for translating law and law school into fun and insightful images. In what follows you’ll hear from Claire herself, and get a look at some of her work. Later we will move these to the Open Book “permanent collection” on the Study Break page of The Commons.
We offer these illustrations for your viewing enjoyment. If you want to use Claire’s art for any other reason, you can contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hi! I’m Claire Suni, a second-year student in the JD/MPH program at Harvard Law School and Harvard School of Public Health. Before coming to Harvard, I spent five years working on access to health care both domestically and globally, particularly in sub-Saharan Africa. I’m a visual learner, so I started doodling in the margins of my notes as a way to help me retain what was going on in the classroom. I hope you’ll find my critically acclaimed stick figures to be glimpses into the very soul of what it is to be a law student. Enjoy!