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The recession and non-recovery have made finding that firs job out of law school as challenging as ever—and that means networking with potential employers is as important as ever. But many students find the process uncomfortable and don't know how best to go about it.
Jobs in the insurance industry can be interesting, not to mention remunerative, varied, personally rewarding—and perhaps even available.
By implementing good habits in law school, law students will be more productive and balanced while in school, and will also set themselves up for greater personal and professional success.
The art of reading cases knowledgeably is the most important lawyerly skill you might acquire in law school.
While case law has the run of the law school curriculum, statutes are often relegated to secondary status.
Jarrett Leiker really packs a punch––and not only in the sparring ring.
"Develop and expertise to make a difference," says Mary L. Bonauto, project director at GLAD since 1990.
Digital highlighters, find a mentor, and grammar help.
Even though she only practiced law for three years, science fiction writer Melinda Snodgrass says she has never regretted going to law school.
The ABA Law Student Division encourages students to create and participate in new programs and initiatives that will benefit schools and communities.