Behold Aquagirl. She’s not a superhero, exactly—more of a cautionary tale for summer associates. One of many, many cautionary tales for summer associates.
Law students and lawyers reveal how they overcame substance abuse and mental illness.By Erin Binns
How do you close the door on a legal position in a manner that impresses your employer and benefits you?By Bryan A. Garner
The most beneficial reform would be to require line editors to justify their edits with brief notations citing usage guides.By Amy L. Jarmon
As the summer break approaches, many students are focused solely on finding paid legal employment.
Jaclyn Hilderbrand credits her winning on Wheel of Fortune to part luck and part skill.
A round up of law school news from across the country.By Mary Cranston
Prioritizing your most important goals can change your life, according to Mary Cranston of Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP.
A look at law school blogging, going solo, and learning case law by setting the details to music.By Leslie A. Gordon
According to Maja Hazell, law school also teaches how to communicate, how to tailor a message to the audience, and how to break down a problem.
Many students have received internships and even jobs because of the contacts they have made.