Hot Bench: Jenny Lewis '20

Jenny Lewis ‘20

What is your favorite phrase? 

¿Porque no los dos?


Where did you grow up? 

Houston, with a brief stint in Singapore.


What is the best meal you’ve ever had?

I ate some bright orange curry someone made in high school once. Don’t know what it was, but I think about it at least once a week.


If you could meet one celebrity, who would it be and why?

RBG, so I can show her my tattoo of her dissent collar.


What’s your favorite hobby to avoid the stress of law school? 



Where is your favorite place to vacation?



What’s something you wish you’d known about law school before coming to UVA Law?

Every printer in the library is out of order during finals.


What did you have for breakfast this morning?

Juice laundry.


If you could live anywhere, where would it be?

Next door to Doug Leslie.


What’s your least favorite sound? 

The sound of someone posing a hypothetical in class.


What’s the best gift you’ve ever received?

My dog.


Backstreet Boys or *NSYNC?

*NSYNC, but I will admit the Backstreet Boys’ recent single “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart” is a jam.


What is the best concert you have ever been to?

Spice Girls SpiceWorld Tour 1998.


If you could make one rule that everyone had to follow, what would it be?

Bring the Keurigs back to MyLab. 


What’s your spirit animal?

Cows—they’re always snacking and they sit in the sun playing all day.


What’s your favorite food?



If you won the lottery, what would you do with it?



If you had Matrix-like learning, what would you learn?

Basic math.


If you could be in the Olympics, which sport would you compete in?



Where is a place you haven’t been but want to go to?

Karaoke night at Pizza Hut.


What are you looking forward to after you graduate?

The ample free time I’ll get as an associate in Big Law.


What are you going to miss most about the Law School?

My pals.


What are the seven wonders of the law school?

Free food table, Mandy, MyLab, WB 248’s printer, first floor Slaughter bathrooms, Mandy (she’s two wonder-worthy), and the unoccupied classroom I frequently nap in.