Advice on applying for Fulbright scholarships

May 6, 2024

U.S. NEWS & WORLD REPORT — The Fulbright program has encouraged individuals from the U.S. and more than 160 other countries to study, teach or conduct research abroad while sharing ideas, building mutual understanding and fostering friendly international relations.

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Podcast: How to budget while preparing for the bar exam

April 11, 2024

BAR EXAM TOOLBOX — Welcome back to the Bar Exam Toolbox podcast! In today’s episode, we’re discussing just how much it can cost you to sit for the bar exam, as well as some mitigation strategies to try to reduce the cost and help cover any shortfalls. 

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Podcast: A look at bar exam basics for law students

April 11, 2024

LAW SCHOOL TOOLBOX — Welcome back to the Law School Toolbox podcast! Today, we’re discussing some bar exam basics to help ensure you pass on the first try.

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Advice for law school applicants on choosing the best time to apply

April 8, 2024

DAILY JOURNAL CALIFORNIA LAWYER — A law degree provides an excellent foundation for a wide variety of careers, not only in the courtroom but also in law-making, government, public policy, advocacy, and politics.

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Harvard Law student Elizabeth Coughlin offers advice to first-year students on joining student practice organizations

March 20, 2024

HARVARD — As a first-year law student (1L), it can be challenging to focus on anything besides looming cold calls, a monstrous pile of readings, and the new world of CRuPAC (no, that’s not a typo). 

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A look at online tools for law students

March 14, 2024

LAW FUEL — The field of legal education is experiencing a huge change today, as it adapts to the digital era – as we’re all aware of. In this specific article, we’ll be delving into the growing impact of tools in learning. They are offering students and teachers greater flexibility and access unknown before.

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Advice for undergraduate students considering applying to law school

March 14, 2024

BOWDOIN — Prioritize academics! Creating a strongacademic record is critical to your futureas a law student. 

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Advice on applying to law schools

March 7, 2024

HER CAMPUS — Almost as long as I’ve been able to conceptualize a career path, I’ve known I want to be a lawyer. And it’s not for stereotypical reasons, although I do love to argue and I’ve watched Legally Blonde an average of three times per year since the age of 14.

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Podcast: Advice for law students on crafting job application documents

March 7, 2024

LAW SCHOOL TOOLBOX — Welcome back to the Law School Toolbox podcast! Today, we’re joined by ex-BigLaw recruiter Sadie Jones to talk about some less common documents that employers might request from you when you apply for a legal job. 

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Advice for preparing to retake the bar exam

March 4, 2024

THE NATIONAL JURIST — You lost contact with your greatness. I know. It’s been a while since you walked about with the force of your full self. And it might be that this test inserted itself in what had otherwise been a steady life-path of unquestioned competence. 

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