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U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sotomayor Speaks to UCLA Law Students

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sotomayor Speaks to UCLA Law Students   U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor shared stories about her life, of the time before she became a Supreme Court Justice, with students, faculty and staff at the UCLA School of Law, this week. During her daylong visit at…>read more

No Comment February 1, 2014

Law Students Not Happy with Job Search Services at Their Law Schools

Law Students Not Happy with Job Search Services at Their Law Schools   The Indiana University Center for Post-Secondary Research released its latest Law School Survey of Student Engagement, according to the Wall Street Journal.   This is the tenth year for the survey, which polled more than 26,000 students across 86…>read more

No Comment January 29, 2014

The Labor Department Tells ABA It Recognizes Unpaid Internships

The Labor Department Tells ABA It Recognizes Unpaid Internships In May, the ABA had sought guidance from the Labor Department as to whether law firms could hire law students as unpaid interns for pro bono matters.   In response, the Labor Department sent a letter from its solicitor to…>read more

No Comment September 23, 2013

Top 10 Tips for Law Students

Top 10 Tips for Law Students   Guest Post by: Sydney Hewitt   Whether you are considering a future in law or are already a student of law, there are many tips and tricks in the field that can help ensure a successful academic and real-life…>read more

2 Comments September 18, 2013

Why You Should Think Twice About Remaining in Law (or Going to Law School)

Why You Should Think Twice About Remaining in Law (or Going to Law School)   Several years ago, an employee who curated content for our company website and was making around $120,000 a year was recruited to teach at a fourth-tier law school for a higher salary and less work.   Over the past…>read more

No Comment August 28, 2013

Is Law School Right for Me? A 4 Question Guide

Is Law School Right for Me? A 4 Question Guide   It can be the biggest question of your life. Obviously people will go back and forth on it. Is it fun? Is it hard? Will I be successful? It’s a big decision, and a huge investment in time and…>read more

No Comment June 24, 2013

Incoming Law School Classes Continue to Decrease in Size

Incoming Law School Classes Continue to Decrease in Size   Most lawyers know that the current economic crisis has hit the legal industry particularly hard, and now it appears that those considering law school are getting wise to that fact as well. The number of Americans that have applied…>read more

No Comment June 3, 2013

California State Bar Passage Rate Dips Slightly, Still Strong

California State Bar Passage Rate Dips Slightly, Still Strong   The State Bar of California’s Committee of Bar Examiners released the passage rate for those that took February’s Bar Exam, and found that it is slightly lower than it was for the same test in 2012. 41% of those…>read more

No Comment May 22, 2013

Law School Accuses Student of Assuming Deceit in Disagreements, Student Files Defamation Suit

Law School Accuses Student of Assuming Deceit in Disagreements, Student Files Defamation Suit   A student of Wake Forest University School of Law has filed a complaint against his school, alleging that he was defamed via a letter from one of the institution’s deans. Daniel Skinner has filed a defamation lawsuit against the…>read more

No Comment May 17, 2013

Harvard Law Students Vote to Divest From Fossil Fuel Companies

Harvard Law Students Vote to Divest From Fossil Fuel Companies   The Harvard Law School student body voted through a referendum asking the school’s administration to divest from the fossil fuel companies which the school is currently investing in. This decision follows the example set by Harvard University, which was…>read more

No Comment May 8, 2013

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