Key Content For Law Students
This wasn’t how you pictured it going. You didn’t intend to be part of this chapter in the history of legal education, but here you are. How can you make the most of it
With the threat of COVID-19 becoming more and more real, a number of U.S. law schools announced a sudden switch to online classes. In my experience, remote learning can absolutely succeed in law school. In fact, remote learning can have real advantages. Here’s how you, as a law student, can make the change, and maximize your work, in this environment.
I’m a first-generation student at Lewis & Clark Law School, a volunteer, and an advocate. I’m a staff member for our criminal justice clinic and law review. I also work as a teaching fellow, a research assistant, and a law clerk. OH, I almost forgot: I just tested positive for COVID-19. This is my story. I’m waiting to see if I take a turn for the better. But I am not doing well right now. And none of this is okay.
Whether you are excited by the idea of take-home essay exams or frightened by it, you may have some questions about the best way to prepare. These tips should not take the place of any specific instructions your professor has provided you.
In this webinar, the ABA discusses the financial and emotional impact on recent law grads and rising 3Ls as they look ahead to their future. Our panelists provide practical tools and strategies to help navigate through these challenges both in the short and long term.