Legal education

How Simulated Courtroom Proceedings Help Criminal Justice Students

by kaliastrong January 31, 2013 Criminal Law

If you work toward a human services degree it is likely you will have a chance to try a hands-on approach for your chosen occupations. Would-be nurses and doctors go through clinical trials, future social workers volunteer in the community, and student teachers go into the classrooms to learn their trade. Simulated courtroom proceedings offer […]

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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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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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