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It's no secret that law students (and lawyers) battle anxiety, depression, and addictions at alarming rates. Student Lawyer takes a critical look at the state of mental health among law students and offers guidance on where to turn for help.
Candid advice (and confessions) on supervising others for the first time from the ABA's very own Young Lawyers Division and Law Practice Division members.
A well-timed, personalized thank-you letter can be a powerful tool in your job-search journey.
They way you marshal those authorities in your favor and distinguish those against you largely determines the persuasiveness of your argument.
Some creative ways to maximize your summer weeks for résumé potential and personal growth, even if you didn't land a full-time, paid legal gig.
Use terms and connectors for precise search results.
Why playing nice in the practice of law pays off.
Expert advice on where to find sources of loan repayment assistance and how to evaluate the many options out there.
Yale 3L Amar Bakshi has launched a series of provocative art installations--in which gold-painted shipping containers are equipped with audio-video technology and transformed into virtual "portals"--aimed at connecting diverse people across great distances.
Law school is the prime time to start cultivating relationships with those who may be your future colleagues, clients, or bosses.
Former criminal defense lawyer Shawn Askinosie found a sweet second calling as a chocolate entrepreneur with a taste for social justice.
How to look smart this summer, navigating "post-normal" times, the role of legal employers in improving legal education, and some savvy outlining tips.