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Top 10 Cities for Starting Your Legal Career: 1-5

Alright, here are the Top 5 cities for starting your legal career. Do you agree about #1? Share your comments and let me know what you think. 5. San Francisco, California San Francisco is known for its progressive spirit and cultural acceptance. It’s very eco-friendly – perfect for environmental lawyers – and is rich in […]






 

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Dress the Part for Your Job Interview

Law Job Interview Dress

If networking shows you where the proverbial door is and your resume gets your foot in it, the interview is where you get to walk through it and secure a permanent seat at the table. In other words, it’s the final part of the job-seeking process, and how you handle it will determine your success. […]






 

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Being Productive While Waiting on Law Schools

Law School Students And Tutoring

Tom Petty sang about the waiting being the hardest part. He must have applied to law school. The process of applying to law school can be long, hard and exhilarating. But once all of your applications have been submitted, it can also be incredibly boring. You wait, check your online application status website and wait […]






 

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How to Ace Your Law School Finals

Final Examination Of law Students

As the end of the calendar year rolls around, you find yourself in a good news/bad news situation. The good news is that the end of the semester is within reach. The bad news is that you can’t get it without going through final exams—and law school final exams are more intimidating and important than […]






 

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Should You Get a Law Tutor? 5 Reasons Point to Yes

Law school students tend to share a misconception about tutors. They generally believe that law tutors are for other students–specifically, those who have fallen behind or don’t possess the academic chops to succeed on their own. The truth is, hiring a law tutor makes a lot of sense for a lot of students. Here’s why: […]






 

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Common Myths of Law School Exams

You want to do well on your exams, which is why you’ve asked more experienced students how to best prepare. Here’s one more piece of advice: You might want to ignore everything they’ve told you. When it comes to how to do well on law school exams, there are more myths than there are easy […]






 

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Job Hunting Tips for 3Ls

There was a time when jobs were plentiful. Go to law school, do well, send out resumes and … you’re hired. Times have changed. Today, finding a place to work takes, well, work. You still need a killer resume and cover letter, but you also need a strategy that leverages allies, intelligence and the ability […]






 

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Is Going to a New Law School Worth It?

Falling employment rates for graduates. Soaring tuition costs. Impractical curricula that leave students ill-prepared to succeed in the real world. These are just a few of the recent criticisms of law schools. Across the country, a relative handful of disgruntled former law school students are screaming, “Don’t do it! Don’t go to law school. It’s […]






 

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The 5 Most Important People You’ll Meet in Law School

You’re going to meet a lot of people during your time in law school. Some will inspire you while others will make you wish you’d never taken the LSAT. Some will play an important role in shaping your future, others will tell you they’re important without ever taking the time to remember your first name. […]






 

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Creating a Law School Exam Strategy for Success

You go to class every day. You take notes, read like a librarian, brief cases and participate. You hang on your professor’s every word. Then you have to wait an entire semester before you get to demonstrate your knowledge. Annoying, right? Law school exams are vexing. Their subject matter is months in the making. You […]






 

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