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Prepare for the Bar Exam During Your First Year of Law School

The bar exam. At the end of three years of intense legal education, it is all that stands between you and your dream of becoming a lawyer. You can get excellent grades, work in clinics and join law review, but none of it will matter if you don’t pass the bar exam. It is, ultimately, […]

 

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Minimize Student Loan Debt During Law School

It’s been said that money is the root of all evil, but that’s a lie. Not having money is the root of all evil. The opportunity to make a comfortable living is the reason a lot of people go to law school. And while it’s true that jobs starting at $120,000 are still out there, […]

 

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Selling Yourself in Law School

Networking, for many people, might as well be a four-letter word.  The act of acting interested in others to gain a professional advantage can seem frightening, disingenuous or just plain gross. After all, everyone had insecurities and no one enjoys feeling vulnerable. Unfortunately, networking is a necessity. It’s still the best way to find a […]

 

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Mediocre LSAT Score? You’ve Still Got Options

If you’re disappointed with your LSAT score, don’t fret. It’s not the end of the world. You can still get into law school. You can still get into your top choice. And, if you rethink your application strategy, you may still be able to get into your top choice with a scholarship. Here are three […]

 

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How to Win Over Your Professors in Law School

Your law professors can make or break you. In many ways, they hold the keys to your future. They grade you, determine whether or not you get access to the best externships, and know alumni and lawyers who could hook you up with jobs. Win them over, and you could set yourself up for a […]

 

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How to Find a Summer Law Internship

The summer law internship. It’s as important as it is elusive. The right internship can give you access to working attorneys, real-world experience and a paycheck. It can prepare you for a successful career and help you make connections that could lead to your first job. That’s why landing a good summer law internship is […]

 

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Law School Students and the People Who Love Them

Everyone knows that law school takes a toll on students. The endless reading and studying. The professors who relish making students squirm. The pressure to get good grades. Together, they create a very stressful experience for law students. But what about the people who love law school students? What about the boyfriends and girlfriends, husbands […]

 

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Transferring Law Schools: The Nuts and Bolts

I always dreamed of going to Georgetown Law School, but after a robustly mediocre performance at U.C. Berkeley, it wasn’t going to happen (I was so happy that I got into Cal in the first place that I didn’t bother doing much heavy-lifting once I got there). My LSAT scores were certainly no help and […]

 

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