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FMLT_What Is A Law Review

There are a lot of things you can do in law school to make yourself more appealing to prospective employers. You can gain practical skills in clinics, demonstrate your knowledge of legal theory by finishing in the top 10 percent of your class, or do both—gain practical experience and hone your legal knowledge—by joining your […]


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Going Mobile: The Top ___ Apps for Law Students

The app is a modern-day marvel. It exists in the palm of a hand but has access to information from anywhere in the world. Apps have changed the way people drive, eat, workout, date and yes, even study the law. Here’s a look at the top five apps for law school students: Law Dojo Who […]


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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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Paying Off Student Loan Debt: How Fast is Too Fast?

Student debt can be awful. At its worst, it’s an albatross wrapped around the neck of your ability to make ends meet from month to month. At its best, it’s a monthly financial burden that keeps you from driving a nicer car, living in a bigger apartment or enjoying a higher quality of beer. That’s […]


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What Law Firms Look For in Recent Graduates

Finding a job. That’s the goal, right–the whole reason you went to law school in the first place. So how do you do that? How do you impress the partners and human resources professionals at law firms? Here are four key things that law firms look for in recent graduates: Performance As with any profession, […]


When Applying to Law School, You Need to Be Unique

It’s what everyone asks: What do Admissions Committees look for? There are the tangible elements, the predictors of success–high GPA, great LSAT scores, a track record of success. But there are also intangibles that can make you stand out from the crowd, make you unique from everyone else who’s angling for a seat or scholarship. Here’s […]


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