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Networking Tips for Law Students

Networking Of Law Students

Networking! It might as well be a four-letter word because everyone seems to hate it. But it is a necessary evil–especially for aspiring lawyers. More likely than not, it’s how you will meet the people that will (hopefully) become your employers and colleagues. It is where you will meet people that can send referral business […]


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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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A Law Student’s Guide to Finally Stop Procrastinating

Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, happy hour, reality television, Vine—and repeat. Does this sound like you? Or are you more of a snack-nap-iTunes-Vine kind of procrastinator? Either way, you know you’re doing it: You’re procrastinating. Procrastination is the thief of time. One minute you’re settling in to do the hard, sometimes mundane, work of briefing cases, reviewing […]



Being an Overachiever: is There a Limit?

How far would you go to be the best? Would you cheat? Steal? Hide your classmates’ textbooks? Of course not, those actions are unethical and possibly illegal. Not to mention you’d be on the wrong side of the ABA’s Model Rules of Professional Conduct—and that could cost you your license to practice or at the […]


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Law Students and their New Year’s Resolutions

Well, it’s over. Another trip around the sun is in the books and a new year–with all of its promise and prospects for success–is here. Naturally it’s time to make some resolutions. Most people will probably focus their New Year’s resolutions on weight loss, finding love or financial matters. But you shouldn’t. You’re in law […]


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Eight Apps Every Law Student Should Have

Equity and Trusts? There’s an app for that. In fact, there’s an app for almost everything law-related these days. If you’re the type of law school student who prefers digital tools to hard copies and legal dictionaries (and really, who isn’t?), check out these eight apps every law student should have: Black’s Law Dictionary App […]


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Law School Tip: What You Need to Remember When Choosing Classes

Torts or Taxation? Elder Law or Estates? Which law school classes are the right classes to take? These are the questions you’ll ask yourself during law school. The right path depends on your interests, goals and even which professors you’re trying to avoid (every law school has a couple curmudgeonly professors, right?). But there are some […]


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Top 10 Apps for Law Students

I’ve always been a fan of apps for law lovers, and so I decided to list 10 of my favorites and give a brief rundown of each. There are so many out there though, so I’d be very interested to see which ones you recommend. Constitution for iPhone No law student should be caught without […]


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