Tag Archives: Becoming

Student Lawyer: Becoming tomorrow’s legal leader

How do you create career opportunities for yourself? One way is to develop leadership skills—and it’s never too early to do that. The January/February 2018 issue of Student Lawyer gets you off the starting square and on your way. Start … Continue reading

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Get Out: Becoming a Practice-Ready Lawyer

Law school is an ivory tower. It exists hundreds of miles above our clients’ on-the-ground experiences. We sit in these rooms—divorced from reality—deriving “holdings” from age-old judicial opinions. We theorize, contemplate, and speculate about principles of law from our aerial … Continue reading

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American families becoming bigger through divorce

Divorce is not the end of a person’s love life. Remarriage and cohabitation with a romantic partner happens frequently after the dissolution of a marriage. This has led to an increase in the average family size. According to a recent … Continue reading

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Should law students consider becoming personal injury lawyers?

Back in 1995, when I graduated from law school, the common approach to finding a job after law school went something like this: Examine job board.  Submit resume. Wait for requests for interviews from participating law firms.  Attend numerous interviews.  … Continue reading

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The Fashion Bill Slowly Creeps Towards Becoming a Law

Above, my favorite latest designer ripoff – the Kate Middleton wedding dress. A cheaper version of the Alexander McQueen designer's, Sara Burton, vision, so now every bride can feel like a princess… (photo credit to Mirror.co.uk) With New York Fashion … Continue reading

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