Performance-Enhancing Bar Study Distractions
Prepare for your doomed summer with this list of distractions that will (hopefully) help you maintain your sanity.
So You Think You Can Teach? How to Prep for Your First Law School Class
Becoming an adjunct professor can be a rewarding experience, professionally if not financially. Here is what you need to consider before teaching your first class of lawyer hopefuls.
10 Lessons You Weren’t Taught In Law School
It is often said law schools fail to prepare students for the actual practice of law. Yes, law school does a good job at training you to “think like a lawyer” and spot issues, do legal research, draft legal documents, and put together a legal argument. But there are so many practical things that law […]
Real Lawyers’ Advice on Going to Law School
Lawyers are leaving the profession, and fast. And law-school enrollment is down because the best students aren’t applying. It’s starting to look like a brain drain, and that’s not good.
Take Advantage of Public Sector Loan Forgiveness
Student loan debt can be debilitating. If you are willing to sacrifice yourself to the bureaucracy, the Public Student Loan Forgiveness program may be your best bet to recover.