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For many years, law review was the premier law school extracurricular activity. Is that still the case? Are there benefits to being on law review that you cannot get anywhere else? How do you get on and do well? If you don’t join law review, what should you do instead? This article examines the current state of law review.
Student loans come in different types. Most law students have more than one kind. Depending on the type of loan and when it originated, many different variables are in play. This article gives guidance to stay on top of your debt and options to move forward.
Not every law student enters, or even finishes, law school knowing exactly where they want to go. There are a lot of people that have blazed the trail before you and even those that didn't can have valuable input. By following this articles's steps, you can make the most of all that advice and put it to work for you.
All lessons in effective communication depend on understanding the intended audience. You speak differently to friends than your grandparents, and should. This article explores the importance of a professional speaking style.
At the semester’s halfway point, you should assess your study progress. This article gives tips on how to evaluate where you are, where you should be, and how to get there.
Othel Doyle (“Trey”) Kelley III wears a lot of hats. He’s a law student, works at a law firm, and represents his district in the Georgia House of Representatives. He was elected in November 2012 and is serving his freshman term while finishing law school. He uses his legal education to craft legislation to help his community.
I wish I had know that risk leads to reward.
Quick looks at hot practice areas, a possible cost-saving trend in casebook usage, and maximizing the benefit of study groups.
Samantha Daniels left a matrimonial law practice to make matches. She runs a matchmaking company that caters to successful people looking for love. She enjoyed law, but was usually on the breaking people up end. Now, she gets to help start marriages.