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What 1Ls Should Do During Winter Break

Winter Break Planning By Law Students

Finally! The first semester of your first year of law school is over. Winter break has arrived and … now what? For about a month, you’re not going to be required to read anything, show up anywhere or answer a barrage of intimidating questions in front of 65 of your closest competitors. What’s a 1L […]






 

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Perfect Gifts for Your Law Student

Unique Gifts For Law Students

Here’s a list every law school student should email to their friends, parents, brothers, sisters and everyone else who might be inclined to get them a Christmas present this year. It has to do with ideal gifts for law school students. In fact, it’s a list of the perfect gifts for law school students: Caffeine […]






 

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How to Form a Successful Study Group in Law School

Students Group in Law School

Law school can be tough. For a lot of law school students, the challenge can prove to be a bit too much to handle on one’s own. Multiple classes, each assigning their own 3-hour quotas of homework each week can add up very quickly. Most students also work while going to law school, so the […]






 

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The Importance of Volunteering During Law School

Law school Volunteering

Some of us may find the job competition straight out of law school to be stiff, to say the least. There are countless of fresh law school grads that are hungry and looking for their first positions. Yet, a lot of these positions require having previous and relatable work experience, but how should recent grads […]






 

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Asking for Help in Law School

Law School Tutoring

There comes a point in everyone’s careers when they need help, it’s only natural. In fact, during law school, you are bound to encounter problems that require outside assistance. It is these problems that shape and mold our future successes or failures and thus, must be taken into serious consideration. Yet, how does one go […]






 

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Succeeding In Law School, As Told By Former Law Students

law School Studies Pattern

There’s a lot of advice floating around on websites and blogs about how to succeed as a 1L. Some of it is good, some of it is bad, and some of it is just downright ugly. Much of it was written by professors, admissions counselors, and disgruntled students or unemployed law school graduates. It can […]






 

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Work, class, work, study..What’s next?

“All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.” These 10 words, typed over and over on Jack’s typewriter in “The Shining,” a classic psychological horror movie from 1980, could just as easily be found on any law school student’s laptop–so long as his name is Jack. In and of itself, law school is a lot […]






 

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Things to Learn Before Successfully Entering the Work World

When Dr. Suess penned the beloved children’s book “Oh the Places You’ll Go,” he probably didn’t have law school students in mind. None-the-less, you should heed the advice of nearly every high school valedictorian since 1990 (the year Random House published the book) and … read it. If you do, you’ll remind yourself why you […]






 

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Why You Should Consider Intellectual Property Law

If a picture is worth a thousand words, a trademark could be worth several hundred thousand dollars a year–for the intellectual property attorney who represents the company that owns the mark. In today’s world, where ideas and information represent the new commodities, intellectual property law is an emerging area of law that puts you on […]






 

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Elder Law: It’s Not Just for Seniors Anymore

When you think about a career in elder law, what images come to mind?  Do you envision yourself sifting through Medicaid’s endless bureaucracy? Or maybe you see yourself quietly chatting with grief-stricken adult children of dying nursing home residents. You probably don’t see yourself testifying before Congress, shaping laws and making headlines by uncovering egregious […]






 

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