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Almost all law students know the pain of a grade lower than expected. For those occasions where something really isn’t right, many schools have procedures for challenging a grade. This article examines the process to determine if a grade should be challenged and looks at some schools’ procedures for doing so.
There are some interview questions that everyone struggles with and this article examines five of the most feared. This article gives tips and an analytical framework for honestly answering these questions and looks at why employers ask them.
Job interviews require a lot of preparation. One part of that prep that requires both time and money is attire. This article gives insights and tips on how to develop a professional wardrobe on a law student budget.
The law is ever expanding and so does the amount of researchable case law, statutes, regulations, and treatises. How to sift through that ever-growing mountain of information is this article’s focus.
Internet legal service providers are growing and that growth brings many ethical questions. This article examines the ethical issues presented by such businesses.
Judy Hale Reed has dedicated and is dedicating her career to advocating for human trafficking victims. This modern day slavery is pervasive and she is using her legal education to spread the word by educating legal and medical professionals on its reality.
I wish I had known how important the bar association is to career success.
Three short pieces on opening a solo practice, managing time for better exam performance, and improving grades through self-assessment.
Kelly Boyd has spent considerable time learning her way around the legal world of venture capitalism. When the opportunity came to become her own venture capitalist, she took it. She uses her legal skills to guide her own company now.