Tips for law students on how to prepare for the bar exam

15 October 2019

BAR EXAM TOOLBOX — If you’re just beginning your first or second year of law school, the last thing you’re probably worried about is the bar exam. While you shouldn’t focus too much energy specifically on doing bar prep during law school, there are a few things you can focus on along the way that will….

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UCLA Law celebrates 10 years of Washington, DC program

15 October 2019

UCLA LAW — Ten years ago, the UCDC program opened its doors for students at University of California law schools to spend a semester in the nation’s capital, where they get an unparalleled view of the country’s legislative, court and policy-making machinery at work. The UCDC program accepts up to 35 students a year from the UC’s….

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Independent study paper by Penn State Law student Amber Morris published in Montana Law Review

15 October 2019

PENN STATE — At Penn State Law, independent study is open to students looking for a way to explore their passions. The main project of the independent study is to write a paper; every 10, single-spaced pages is worth one course credit. The student selects the professor that is the best fit for their interest and….

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A look at the Santa Clara Law Tech Edge JD Program

15 October 2019

SANTA CLARA LAW — Tech Edge JD internship at Twitter leads to soul-searching, new career path for Jess Miers JD ’21. Tech law internships are required as part of the program, which focuses on career planning from Day One. Combine that with individualized mentorship and courses keyed to the intersection of law, business and technology, and by….

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SMU Dedman Law promotes wellness week

15 October 2019

SOUTH METHODIST UNIVERSITY LAW — The SMU Student Bar Association will begin an innovative program that aims to improve the physical and mental well-being of students at SMU’s Dedman School of Law in Dallas. According to Stephen B. Yeager, the dean of students at SMU Dedman Law,”The students’ goal for the week is to create an open….

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University of South Dakota Law students volunteer at local food kitchen

15 October 2019

UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH DAKOTA — Fifteen students from the University of South Dakota School of Law Native American Law Student Association (NALSA) volunteered at the Vermillion Welcome Table last week. The primary mission of the Vermillion Welcome Table is to provide an inviting place where everyone can come together to share food, fellowship, service, and feel….

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Law students share advice on succeeding in law school

8 October 2019

ABA FOR LAW STUDENTS — Members of the 2019–2020 Law Student Division Council, along with other law students across the country, offer their advice to you, their fellow law students.

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Florida State University Law students selected to serve as gubernatorial fellows

8 October 2019

FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY LAW — Six of the 13 members of the current Florida Gubernatorial Fellows class are students at FSU Law. The nine-month Florida Gubernatorial Fellows Program immerses university students in key areas of state government.

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University of Nebraska Law students help children in immigration court

8 October 2019

YAHOO NEWS — University of Nebraska law students are helping to provide aid to undocumented immigrants facing deportation.

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Yale Law Appellate Litigation project wins case in Third Circuit

8 October 2019

YALE LAW — Students in the Law School’s Appellate Litigation Project (ALP) earned a victory in August for a former prisoner seeking to press Eighth Amendment and First Amendment claims in court.n a presidential decision issued on August 12, 2019, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit agreed with the ALP…

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