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By Sarah Eli Mattern Although there are many different ways to find a topic for a legal research paper, this blog will highlight a few of them. Sticking To What You Know: If you already know what type of law you want to practice out of law school, choosing to write an article on something [&hellip
Law school is a beast! It will chew you up and spit you out. You need a smart approach to successfully make it through law school. One thing I learned the hard way is not to over-study!
By DALE RICHARDSON, ESQ – I’ve heard law students complain about spending tens of thousands of dollars on law school and not being able to find a job (some are even trying to sue their law school). Guess who is most to blame in that situation? That’s right…you.
I’m not writing this just to give you a hard time if you are one of those complaining law students. I’m hoping that I can give you a few tools to help you and keep others from being in your situation
By KRISTOPHER K LEÓN – Most law students do not enter law school with a business degree. Students are coming into law school with degrees in political science, criminal justice, and/or philosophy. It is possible that many of these students have never taken a course in finance. This is where the problem lies. Law schools have a duty to assist these students, who have invested upwards of $100,000 for a three-year legal education, in handling their finances for the next thirty years in the legal profession
By SARAH ELI MATTERN – One does not have to look far to see disgruntled law students complaining about the lack of job opportunities after graduation. Angry graduates blog and complain; they point fingers and make excuses. But the truth is that the legal profession today does not even begin to resemble the legal profession of 7 years ago