University of Mississippi Law hosts prospective students on HBCU Preview Day

October 19, 2021

UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI NEWS — Students from four of the state’s historically black colleges and universities recently visited the University of Mississippi School of Law to see what the school offers and introduce them to the many resources, including faculty and staff, available to assist in the law school application process. The preview day is part of….

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Podcast: Advice on requesting a law school admissions interview

October 14, 2021

SPIVEY CONSULTING — In this podcast, Mike discusses the factors to consider when you receive an invitation to interview for a law school you’ve applied to. This is Mike Spivey, and this is Status Check with Spivey, where we talk about life, law school, law school admissions — which we’re going to focus on today. Because I….

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University of Dayton hosts pre-law day and law school fair

October 13, 2021

MIAMI VALLEY NEWS — The University of Dayton prelaw program is hosting its prelaw day and law fair at the school’s Kennedy Union on Tuesday, October 5. Anyone in the region interested in attending law school is encouraged to attend this event, the University of Dayton said in a release. The event is intended to give prospective….

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A look at law schools and the bar exam

September 29, 2021

JDJOURNAL — The passage of the bar exam is a requirement for most legal jobs, so legal education experts recommend that law school candidates compare pass rates for recent graduates at various J.D programs. To assess how a law school’s quality compares to that of others and decide if it deserves accreditation, the American Bar Association examines….

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Tips on how to read and write like a law student before applying to law school

September 22, 2021

U.S. NEWS & WORLD REPORT — After ramming through thousands of pages of homework and hundreds of pages of writing assignments, often at the last minute – perhaps a little too often – college students and graduates may think they are at the top of their game. Law school, however, takes reading and writing to….

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Advice for law school applicants in a competitive admissions environment

September 16, 2021

JDJOURNAL — A tumultuous year is a good time to look back before the next law school admissions season begins. Law school applicants, students, and graduates alike were affected by the coronavirus pandemic in many ways, including the greatest number of applications since 2011.

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Things to know before applying to law school

September 14, 2021

ILLINOIS NEWS LIVE — According to the American Bar Association (ABA), a student that wants to learn and practice law should have critical thinking, good communication skills, should be a persuasive debater, and also be a good analytical and problem-solving person. According to Mike Weston, an essay writer at custom writing service, he student should also….

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Tips for international students applying to law school in the US

August 26, 2021

WTOP NEWS — Because the U.S. is a global hub of legal education and practice, American law schools attract many foreign applicants. Most commonly, applicants come from countries with similar common law legal systems, like Canada, the United Kingdom, India and English-speaking nations in Africa and the Caribbean. But growing numbers of applicants from Asia, Latin America….

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Almost 50 percent of law schools will mandate vaccines for staff and students

August 16, 2021

REUTERS — Students at nearly half of the law schools in the nation will need to provide proof that they’ve been vaccinated against COVID-19 if they want to set foot on campus this fall, including at all the so-called T-14 elite schools, according to a higher education publication’s list of vaccine mandates at universities and colleges.

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Tips for success for incoming students

August 16, 2021

NATIONAL JURIST — If you’re beginning your first year with the goal of being a top law student, you’re not alone. Many of your classmates will have that same ambition. To set yourself apart, you’ll need to have a strategy for success from the start.

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