The Litigation Section of the ABA is offering first and second-year diverse law students the opportunity to clerk for a state or federal judge for the summer. The program also offers a $1,500 award to each selected student. Participating judges are located in Phoenix, Los Angeles, San Fancisco, Washington, DC, Miami, Illinois, Philadelphia, Texas, and […]
It is easy to get caught up in the demands of law school, but for 3Ls it’s equally important to begin positioning themselves for their career after law school. 3Ls should be in the process of carefully selecting a geographic market in which to practice. Encourage them to schedule an individual counseling appointment with a […]
Your bar student is undertaking an intense period of study. To prepare for the bar, your student will be conducting over 600 hours of study, six days per week for 10 weeks. Students will be reading over 2,365 pages of dense legal reading of black letter law, completing over 2,676 multiple choice questions, and writing […]
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – You know the saying ‘Big Brother is watching?’ He may soon be reading too. A new bill working its way through Congress could give the government unwarranted access to your email. “I have to admit I’m not very careful about what I put in my emails,” said Rod Sullivan. He emails constantly […]
Have a safe and happy Thanksgiving weekend!