I. Law School Student Networking
As law students start the new year, many are using the break from school to find a job for after they graduate. Networking plays an important role in helping law students obtain jobs. Skills in networking also help after being hired as new attorneys seek to acquire clients for their firm, something they will do for the remainder of their careers.
How do you start? Networking involves three steps: Read the rest of this article »
Here are a few lessons I learned this year as a 3L in law school:
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Looking for more law school exam advice? Check on this nice list at CALI’s Pre-Law Blog.
Also, you may want to prepare for finals by practicing with free law school exams or law school outlines.
During finals, I’ll be taking a break from writing here. See you on the other side! Good luck on your exams!
Have you ever wanted to search Google by excluding certain words, using “and” and “or” between words, or controlling your search in other ways like you can do on WestLaw? Many people are surprised to learn that Google uses many advanced search options similar to WestLaw. Read how to improve the results of your Google searches at Ten Tips for Smarter Google Searches or Pro Guide to Google Searches Part I. Another useful tool is the Google Advanced Search page.
UPDATE: Another great guide to creating powerful Google searches is 20 Tips for More Efficient Google Searches (at Dumb Little Man).
Are you worried about your law school debt? This advice will help: Read the rest of this article »