Law school

Law School Technology Tips

by RyanD December 2, 2013 Law Blog

As expected, attending law school in pursuit of my JD was one of the most difficult times of my life. Between hours spent scouring legal texts, to discussions in class that tested the limits of my knowledge, I found myself often struggling to continue. But while the process of becoming a lawyer may have been […]

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Pre-Law Just Isn’t Enough Anymore

by Donna Jones July 18, 2013 Blawg
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You’ve probably heard about that many Law Schools now expect you to have some experience in the Humanities. Whether that means double-majoring or just taking some courses in that discipline, it’s hard to understand just why you should spend your energy and time on a discipline that seems so wholly different from law. The Humanities […]

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Are Law School Applications Giving You A Headache? Here Are Some Things To Ease Your Pain

by Legal Author June 25, 2013 Law

Do you have an attention to detail and want to make a difference in people’s lives? You might want to consider going back to school for a law degree. Law has been practiced since Ancient Mesopotamia and Ancient Greece, and it is paramount to any civilized society. The laws that govern how society functions ensure […]

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New Infographic: Law School 2.0: How Law School and Law Careers are Changing

by Legal Author January 22, 2013 Legal Careers

In a recent post, “Law School 2.0: Not Your Parents’ Law School” WorldWideLearn has published a new interesting infographic outlining the ways in which law school and law careers are changing. Mainly considering data from the US, the infographic shows how the landscape is changing: Courtesy of: WorldWideLearn.com

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Raising the Bar: Is Law School the New Thing?

by RyanD October 3, 2012 General Law

Law school is the new rage among post-graduates who are looking for a career. After all, these students view the legal field as a golden ticket. They buy into stereotypes about lawyers and the money those lawyers make. Is law school a good bet? Is it the good investment that students think it is? In […]

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Hard numbers: What law school graduates should know about employment opportunities

by Samantha July 31, 2012 Law

The job prospects for recent college graduates are daunting at best. The poor state of the world economy has caused companies and employers of all industries to turn away qualified applicants, many of them fresh out of school. Unfortunately, the grim employment opportunities affected these grads also extend to recently graduated law students. You don’t […]

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Top 10 Law Schools To Consider In The U.S.

by CherrellT March 29, 2012 Law Blog

Prospective law students who wish to study in the United States should not have to worry too much about choosing the right law school. For those looking for the best quality in legal education, the annual list of the top ten law schools published by the U.S. News & World Report is a good place […]

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Good Friends Don’t Let Friends Go to Law School

by Legal Author February 25, 2012 Legal Careers

Below is a guest post by Nadia Jones who blogs at online college about education, college, student, teacher, money saving, movie related topics. You can reach her at nadia.jones5 @ gmail.com. Good Friends Don’t Let Friends Go to Law School If you are currently a lawyer, you probably know that the law school and legal […]

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