|Important Advice for Law School Graduates|
If you could only tell them one thing, what one thing do you feel is most important for recent law school graduates to know about that would help them be successful attorneys? I think a new attorney should first find their personal vision of "success" - is it money, work/life balance, satisfaction with the substance of the work? Be true to the work and life you want as opposed to what you think a lawyer should be.
|Survey aims to identify ways to better prepare law school graduates|
Survey aims to identify ways to better prepare law school graduatesNew deans at two of the nation's law schoolsChief Justice Roberts pronounces moot court verdictDenver law professor unleashes corporate governance blogMemphis law school to boost minority enrollmentVilsack takes teaching job at Drake
|Biting the Hand that Feeds Them? Law School Graduates Sue Alma Maters|
According to the August 10th wsj.com blog, ''Law Grads Sue Alma Maters For Millions In Tuition Refunds'', ironically, a number of recent law school graduates filed lawsuits this week against Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Michigan and New York Law School. The suits seek class action status, as well as $250 million from Cooley and $200 million from NYLS in tuition refunds, as well as a number of other damages, and a call for reform of employment s ...
|LAW SCHOOL GRADUATES HAVING TROUBLE FINDING WORK|
LAW SCHOOL GRADUATES HAVING TROUBLE FINDING WORK
|Overcoming a Lack of Experience as a Recent Law School Graduate|
Yj/Si I am very frustrated. I'm in my last year of law school, and it seems as though all of the ads I see are looking for somebody with one to three years of experience. Is there any way I can get one of these jobs anyway?
|Why Non-Legal Jobs May Be A Better Option For Law School Graduates?|
You have made it to the halfway point. You really can't give up now. So much has been invested and people expect better from you. But you really don't know if being a lawyer is for you. Well, maybe next semester will be interesting. Sure, it will be a great term. You will get into it. Everything will get better.
|LawCrossing Reports 54,848 Attorney Job Opening in the U.S., as Law School Graduates Grapple to Find Jobs|
|Recent Law School Graduate Franklin Graves Wants to Specialize in Media and Technology Law|
Franklin Graves is a May 2014 graduate of Belmont University College of Law in Nashville, Tennessee. In addition to receiving his J.D., he obtained an Entertainment and Music Business Law Certificate. He is interested in several different areas of the law, including entertainment and intellectual property law, with plans to focus on practicing media and technology law in Tennessee.
|Recent Law School Graduate Jedidiah Bernstein Wants to Specialize in Labor/Employment Law or Corporate Law|
Jedidiah Bernstein is a May 2014 graduate of Brooklyn Law School. He is interested in several different areas of the law, including corporate law, with plans to focus on practicing labor and employment law in New York. Jedidiah plans on taking the New York and New Jersey State Bar in July 2014.
|Recent Law School Graduate Jessika Wong Wants to Specialize in International Law|
Jessika Wong is a May 2014 graduate of Brooklyn Law School. She is interested in several different areas of the law including tax, corporate, compliance, and non-profit law, with plans to focus on practicing international law. Jessika plans on taking the New York and New Jersey State Bar in July 2014.