About Gifts for Law Students

Welcome to the Home of Great Gift Ideas!

There’s something truly special about giving a really great gift. As they say, actions speak louder than words, and a thoughtful gift represents a concrete embodiment of the emotions you feel for someone. Seeing their face light up with delight when they unwrap something they truly love, you can’t help but feel good about yourself.

Giving a great gift shows not only that you care about someone, but also that you know them well enough to know what kinds of things they might like.

I built this website to share my passion for giving great gifts– items that are truly unique, and bound to be treasured for years to come.

Why Gift Ideas?

Let’s face it: most people need the help! It seems like there are more and more people to buy for every year, and less and less time (and money) to put toward shopping. Plus, it’s impossible to be able to keep up with all of your friends’ interests and hobbies: what are the unique needs of a law student?, for example. Unless you’ve been through the same experience, it can be difficult to know whether or not something would be truly helpful.

That’s where I come in: on this website and my other sites, I provide gift ideas only about things I know well. I recently was a law student, and can tell you exactly what kinds of gifts will be most appreciated by law students. Similarly, I am a passionate boater, so I’m able to provide suggestions on gifts for boaters that are going to be a lot more accurate than what you’ll find at other more general gift idea websites.

I hope you enjoy the site!

5 responses to “About Gifts for Law Students”

  1. jose klein

    Hi There! I make hand drawn plates and magnets depicting supreme court justices and legal cases- Please check out my etsy site: http://www.etsy.com/shop/thesupremes

    Thanks! Jose Klein

  2. Ann Rundbaken


    I came to your site looking for a gift for my nephew, a senior law student, who I have for my family’s Secret Santa, with a $50 limit. So your site is perfect for a situation such as mine. But under “students on a budget”, you have this bag for carrying books. In the description it says “unless you’re training to be a sherpa…..”.
    I know that you innocently wrote that, but did you know that that can actually be offensive to people such as myself who have a person from Nepal in the family, or are of Nepali heritage.
    Actually, people don’t train to be sherpas……they are born a Sherpa. Its one of the ethnic groups in Nepal. With more Sherpas immigrating to the West, I suppose that the odds of having one reading your website are also increasing. Who knew!

    I still don’t know what to get Mike, because I don’t think he reads much, other than what he has to read, and I already gave him “Paper Chase” Did you know about the “Passing the Bar” game? Don’t know if its on your site or not, because I saw it somewhere else. Look for it if you don’t have it. But I doubt Mike would play that. Your site is a great idea though.


    Ann Rundbaken

  3. Ann Rundbaken


    On Dec. 11, 2010, I left a note-above, about your remarks about “training to be a Sherpa”. Thanks for changing it. It really wasn’t a big deal, and my intention was to be more informative than anything else…..but now when I Google my name, this post comes up!!! Is there a way my note could be removed? If so, I’d appreciate it. Thanks a lot.

    A. Rundbaken

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Your Gift Guru ;-)Hi, I'm Emily! Friends have always told me that I give great gifts, so one day I decided to see if I could put that creativity to work helping out other people. This blog combines the two things I know best: my personal interest in gift-giving, and my professional interest in the legal world (as a lawyer and recent law school graduate). I appreciate your comments and feedback!

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