Wondering whether you should join a law journal in law school? Learn about the types of law journals and the process for joining a law journal here.
What types of attorney fees are there? Which one is better for the lawyer, which is better for the client, and why? Click here to find out more!
Should you write for law review? Time is very short in law school, and you may not know whether it’s worth it to take on law review. Click here to find out!
Philosophy, criminal justice, political science… Most of us are familiar with the standard pre-law majors students choose. But what about psychology? How valuable is it as preparation for law school and a law career? In short, the answer is very! If you have any doubt that psychology is a great pre-law major, then read ahead! […]
Do you want to go to law school but can’t attend full-time? Part-time law school might be the best option for you! Learn more about these programs in this post!
With shows like Law and Order, and CSI out there, it’s pretty easy for people to think that there are a bunch of attorneys out there that love to sit in the courtroom, cross-examine sleazy witnesses, and deal in high profile cases. But, for every attorney out there in the courtroom, there are 4 more […]
I bet you never expected that the following celebrities went to law school. While some didn’t graduate, it’s fascinating to know which now famous people would’ve been attorneys if life didn’t take them different places. Surely, for most of them, the skills they gained from law school helped them in other avenues of their lives. […]
Do you enjoy advocating for performers? Negotiating contracts? Defending labor rights? Then you’d probably enjoy being an entertainment lawyer! Entertainment law requires a good foundation in areas of law like labor, intellectual property, contracts, and more. To ensure your best shot at a rewarding career, you’ll need to aim for the best school in your […]
While I’m guessing making lots of money wasn’t your only reason for considering a career as a lawyer, it’s probably going to be near the top of your list. Who’s going to blame you there? I’m not. It’s what I was told as well. I’m not going to tell you that lawyers don’t make money. […]
You’ve probably heard of an internship–where a student performs entry-level tasks at a workplace outside of school. Internships may be paid or unpaid. But generally, they’re very desirable for the work experience and potential to lead to real employment. But when you arrive at law school, you might hear about something different–a law school externship. […]