|Tammy Wang, University of Chicago Law School|
Tammy Wang did not enter law school immediately after earning her BA in International Relations from John Hopkins University in 2007. Instead, she took time to travel, gain work experience at an Internet forum, and to further develop her Chinese language skills.
|William & Mary Law School in Williamsburg, Virginia|
Located in Williamsburg, Virginia, William & Mary Law School is the oldest law school in the United States. The Law School has approximately 600 students at any one time working toward their juris doctorate. Admission to the Law School is highly competitive, and the faculty is widely regarded.
|Candace Kilpinen, Valparaiso University School of Law|
Candace Kilpinen, a student at Valparaiso University School of Law, is driven by philanthropic work, educational pursuits, and her family. And that is exactly why she decided to enter law school. According to Kilpinen, law allows her to remain true to all of her passions, which ultimately equate to serving others.
|First Female Professor at Korea University's Law School|
For the first time in 102 years, a woman has been appointed a professor at the college of law at Korea University. ''She is the only female among the 43 professors of the university,'' says an article on www.koreatimes.co.kr.
|An Insider's Guide to Law School|
First year, they scare you to death. Second year, they work you to death. Third year, they bore you to death. There's more than a grain of truth to this bit of legal lore: Here's how to stay afloat as you dive into law school, year by year.
|Acing Law School Exams: Grade-A Advice|
Law school grades do matter. Here's how to do your best on those end-of-term tests.
|Customer Service: Another Thing They Don't Teach You in Law School|
Customer Service: Another Thing They Don't Teach You in Law School Working in the law, like working in most other professional fields, entails a certain amount of customer service. Some might say the customer service parts of the job are the most important - especially if you want to get ahead in a large firm.
|First Year of Law School Survival Tips|
Below are some tips to surviving your 1L year that I wish I'D been given. Remember the old adage — ''Whatever doesn't kill you makes you stronger.'' So take a deep breath and repeat after me — ''I am a 1L and they can't kill me!'' Then read these tips and follow the advice below because it will help make your 1L year much more manageable.
|Online Law School : Concord Law School and how it works by Donna Skibbe|
Offering a unique perspective on the challenges of a career services office, Donna Skibbe talks about what it's like helping students with legal degrees from an online university advance their careers.
|Forming a relation of law firm with law school for hiring. Advice by Katherine L. Champan|
Dealing with the career dreams of a student body from a young law school is no easy task, but Katharine Chapman is up to it. She talks with us about how she helps her students find jobs and how she's taking her message - namely, that Texas Wesleyan is an excellent law school - to the streets.