Law Students

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  • Sample 1L Study Schedule

    Law school is well known for the grueling schedule it imposes on its students. From the hundreds of pages per week in reading, to the endless pressure of preparing outlines for finals, the first year of law school can feel like being hit with a ton of bricks. Students who have been through it all know that in order to survive the first year of law school, it's imperative that students prepare and follow a 1L study schedule.

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  • How to Brief a Case in Law School

    Case briefs are an important study tool for any law student, but they can be difficult to write the first few times around. Follow these tips to create a brief with all the info you need. 

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  • How to Report Your CLE Credit Hours By State

    Law schools do a good job of teaching you how to think like a lawyer, but they don't spend a lot of time on the logistics of life as an attorney - like maintaining your law license. In many states, completing and reporting Continuing Legal Education credits is required for all licensed attorneys. Find out how the process works in your state!

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  • How to Nail a Phone/Video Interview

    More and more employers are using phone and video interviews in their hiring process. And the social distancing that came with the new coronavirus showed the whole world that we have to be ready to adjust at any time. Follow these tips to knock your next remote interview out of the park. 

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