Podcast: Advice on how to build professional connections as a law student

July 10, 2024

LAW SCHOOL TOOLBOX — Today we’re excited to have social impact expert and serial connector Susan McPherson with us to talk about the lost art of connecting and how to build meaningful professional relationships.

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Podcast: How to avoid common errors on the bar exam essay writing portion

July 10, 2024

BAR EXAM TOOLBOX — Today, we’re excited to have Kelsey Lee with us — one of our expert tutors from the Bar Exam Toolbox team.

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Podcast: What to wear as a law student and lawyer

July 10, 2024

LAW SCHOOL TOOLBOX — Today we’re excited to have style expert and founder of Style Space Jenny Eversole with us to talk about what to wear as a law student and lawyer.

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Hofstra Law podcast honored by Press Club of Long Island

July 9, 2024

HOFSTRA UNIVERSITY LAW NEWS — The Qué Pasa Long Island? The Story of The Secatogue Nine podcast produced by Hofstra’s National Center for Suburban Studies and Lawrence Herbert School of Communication, and the Law Reform Advocacy Clinic at the Maurice A. Deane School of Law won first place in the Race/Diversity Radio category at the Press Club of Long Island

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Podcast: Law review article by University of North Carolina Law professor Gene Nichol analyzes ideological shifts within the North Carolina Supreme Court

June 27, 2024

NC NEWSLINE — In recent years, the North Carolina Supreme Court has undergone a radical transformation. Since Republican justices assumed control of the court after the 2022 election, they have moved swiftly – not merely to chart a more conservative path, but to quite literally redefine the court’s role in state government.

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Podcast: Stanford Law experts discuss the access to justice gap in America

June 25, 2024

STANFORD LAW SCHOOL — On a recent episode of the Stanford Legal podcast, Professors David and Nora Freeman Engstrom, co-directors of Stanford Law School’s Deborah L. Rhode Center on the Legal Profession, delve into what they describe as an access to justice crisis in the United States.

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How generative artificial intelligence could aid lawyers offering pro bono services

June 25, 2024

LEGAL REBELS — A commonly cited solution to helping bridge the access-to-justice canyon is for lawyers to provide more pro bono work. In that regard, have generative artificial intelligence tools made it easier for lawyers to provide pro bono services?

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Podcast: A look campus protests and the First Amendment

June 24, 2024

ABA LAW STUDENT PODCAST — Recent protests at universities across the country pushed the boundaries of free speech, and outcomes for protestors were varied, to say the least. 

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Podcast: A look at how specializations can benefit legal careers

June 24, 2024

THE PATH & THE PRACTICE — This special edition of The Path & The Practice welcomes Joanne Molinaro as guest host. Joanne is a Foley partner turned social media creator and New York Time’s best-selling author.

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Podcast: Advice on completing law school applications

June 17, 2024

LAW SCHOOL TOOLBOX — Today we’re excited to have the founder of Write Track Admissions, Hamada Zahawi, with us to talk about law school applications. 

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