Akron Law highlights how military service prepares students for law school

25 February 2020

UNIVERSITY OF AKRON — Veterans from all ranks and branches of the military are strong candidates for a range of in-demand legal jobs. Keep reading for a look at these opportunities and how being in the military prepares you for law school and a rewarding legal career.

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Syracuse University Law student Emily Hildreth provides advice on taking gap year before law school

25 February 2020

THE LANTERN — Gap years, which can consist of anything from service work to research, can act as buffer periods in between graduating and starting school that can cement decisions and save money. Emily Hildreth, an Ohio State 2018 alumna, majored in history and economics and took a year off to be a substitute teacher before….

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Lewis & Clark Law to host spring event for prospective students

10 February 2020

LEWIS & CLARK LAW SCHOOL — Whether you are thinking about applying for Fall 2020 or just starting to consider law school as a next step, this event will be a great opportunity to learn more. Come and chat with current students and admissions representatives about any and all questions you may have. Walk-ins are welcome, but….

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New England Law Boston professor Dina Haynes provides internship advice for students interested in immigration law

3 February 2020

NEW ENGLAND LAW BOSTON — If you want to go into immigration law, getting hands-on experience is a must. But because of the nature of the work, it can be hard to find meaningful—and safe—opportunities, especially if you want to go abroad. Here, immigration and human rights law expert Professor Dina Haynes shares important advice….

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A look at Fordham University’s pre-law program

28 January 2020

THE OBSERVER — Fordham Law School is a significant part of the Fordham community — the freshmen even share a building with it. Pursuing law school after college may be a daunting feat, but at Fordham, there is a program that helps ease the transition. However, if you would like to incorporate learning about law into your….

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Podcast: Advice on the getting the most out of admitted student events

28 January 2020

SPIVEY CONSULTING GROUP — In this podcast, Spivey Consulting Founding Partner Mike Spivey talks about why law schools have admitted student programs, what you can expect from them, what you can expect from others at the event, and how to make the most of the visit.

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New England Law student Sujin Han shares advice for part-time law

21 January 2020

NEW ENGLAND LAW BOSTON — Sujin Han ’20 will be the first one to tell you: she was not one of those people who always knew they wanted to become lawyer. Today, Han, a member of New England Law | Boston’s evening JD program, draws upon her past to provide a better future for others. This is….

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Fordham Law hosts moot court for New York City area high school students

21 January 2020

FORDHAM LAW NEWS — The 35th Annual Metropolitan MENTOR Moot Court Competition, which started off with 740 students from 36 New York City public high schools, narrowed to the 12 best teams in its quarterfinals. The quarterfinal rounds took place on November 25, 2019, at Fordham Law School.

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American University Washington College of Law hosts local high school students for ‘law day’

27 December 2019

AMERICAN UNIVERSITY WASHINGON COLLEGE OF LAW — On Tuesday, Dec. 17, American University Washington College of Law welcomed high school students from Prince Georges County Public School’s Law, Education, and Public Service Academies for Law Day. The half-day event—presented by the AUWCL Office of Admissions and organized by JD Admissions Senior Administrative Assistant Vanessa Anthony—focused on financial….

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Capital Law students shares advice on balancing law school and careers

26 November 2019

CAPITAL UNIVERSITY LAW SCHOOL —  Juggling law school, a full-time job and a family has its challenges, but for several Capital University Law School students and recent graduates, it’s been a fulfilling journey. Here they share their advice on prioritizing obligations, striking a balance and pursuing lifelong dreams.

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