The Westlaw Academic team brings articles relevant to the law school experience.

Work It: Elevating Your Wardrobe For The Professional Legal Realm

Jan 24, 2014 By: Will Ashenmacher

Insight and tips on how newly minted lawyers and law students can dress for professional success.

Man Up: Upgrading Your Wardrobe For A Professional Situation

Jan 17, 2014 By: Will Ashenmacher

So, you’re having coffee with an attorney who has your dream job. Or, maybe you’re starting a promising clerkship or associate position soon. As for what you should wear, we’ve got you covered.

Differentiate yourself in the Rona Mears Student Writing Competition & Scholarship

Dec 20, 2013 By: Jeremy Byellin

Edward Snowden: hero or villain?  Traitor or patriot? Law students have the opportunity to take a stand on the issue and argue

Performing a Law Review/Journal Preemption Check on WestlawNext

Dec 12, 2013 By: Ben Petersburg

One of the hardest decisions you’ll likely make as a member of a law review or journal is selecting a topic about

Preparing for Law School Final Exams

Dec 6, 2013 By: Jeffrey Erickson

Tips on preparing for Law School exams

Rona R. Mears Student Writing Competition & Scholarship

Dec 5, 2013 By: Casey Hall

Westlaw Next is proud to sponsor the American Bar Association’s Rona Mears Student Writing Competition & Scholarship. This year the topic is

Using Westlaw Review Tools to pick up where you left off

Oct 14, 2013 By: David Hollins

Westlaw Review Tools provide you with helpful icons that inform you what cases you’ve previously read or have attached Notes and Highlights to.

Using WestlawNext Notes & Highlights to remember your thoughts

Oct 10, 2013 By: David Hollins

With WestlawNext Highlights and Notes, you will not risk losing your notes again, because you can tie them directly to the material you read.

Using Westlaw Next Folders to separate the wheat from the chaff

Oct 7, 2013 By: David Hollins

At some point in your legal career, you will be given a research project where you will be required to read dozens

Tackling the most important topics of law school, Part 10b: Hauled into federal court with personal jurisdiction

Oct 3, 2013 By: Jeremy Byellin

For a court’s judgment to be enforceable, it must be able to exercise personal jurisdiction against the party against whom enforcement is sought.

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