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Television’s Top Lawyers

Top Lawyers On Television

Their cases are dramatic and make headlines. Their lives are glamorous and flawed. They deliver closing arguments with laser-like precision. They are television lawyers. And although they are fictional characters, many have inspired countless others to pursue the degree that is the ticket into the profession. Here’s a look at the best of the best–and […]






 

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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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Last Minute Prep LSAT

LSAT Exam Prep

You’ve been studying morning, noon and night for weeks. You haven’t seen your friends or your favorite team play since just after opening day. You’re not even sure what day it is but you know exactly how many days there are until you take the LSAT: One. You’ve worked hard and you think you’re ready. […]






 

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Six Tips for Balancing Law School and Family

Balance Law School and Family

Law school is a challenging experience. When a student has a spouse or children, the challenge is even greater. However, with careful planning, law students with families can successfully balance both family and school. Here are 6 tips to help you achieve balance.   Prepare the family.   To minimize the impact on your family, […]






 

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Are You The _____ Law School Student?

Ask any law school professor and he or she will tell you that every cohort they see includes five distinct types of students. None is particularly better than the other, but understanding where you fit in can help you work more successfully with others in your section. Here’s a look at the five types of […]






 

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Breaking Down Barriers: What A “Lawyer” Should Be

Tough and tough-minded.Articulate and argumentative.Smart and willing to stop at nothing to prove a point.Life’s winners. If these are the adjectives commonly used to describe lawyers, how come so many people view lawyers as losers? Okay, that might be a bit harsh, but it’s true: People don’t like lawyers. Some blame it on popular culture […]






 

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Realistically, what do Lawyers make?

You’ve heard the stories about the “good ol days,” when newly minted J.D.s–even those who didn’t finish in the top 10 percent of their classes–could command a $160,000 salary. More recently, you’ve probably heard the rumors about plummeting starting salaries for new lawyers who are lucky enough to find jobs–even with Big Law firms. So […]






 

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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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Top 5 Tips to Study for the Bar Exam

1.    Consider hiring an experienced law tutor to help you study. Law school tutoring can be the answer if you’re having trouble studying for the bar exam. Law tutors help students focus on the task at hand, and at the same time help fill in the gaps of substantive law; issues that are likely to […]






 

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