Predicting the Same-Sex Marriage Cases on FantasySCOTUS

Mar 29, 2013 By: Jake Knadle

This week the United States Supreme Court heard oral arguments for two of the most anticipated cases in recent memory, Hollingsworth v.

Foreign languages for law students

Mar 28, 2013 By: Samuel Berbano

Three tips to learn, master, or keep up a second language. Learning another language opens personal and professional opportunities. It’s great for

Law School Advocacy Competitions the Westlaw Way

Mar 20, 2013 By: Samuel Berbano

This week, we’ll be talking about using Westlaw secondary sources in your preparation for law school advocacy competitions. Here are three tips with a few spoilers for Thursday’s event.

Law Students can learn from Jean Valjean

Mar 12, 2013 By: Samuel Berbano

The latest blockbusters tell us some things about law school. We’re talking about Les Misérables and legal volunteering. In a story full of selfish characters, Jean Valjean was always putting others first. His example is worth following.

How Did the Socratic Method End Up in Law Schools?

Mar 8, 2013 By: Jake Knadle

How did the Socratic method find its way into law school classrooms? We have Christopher Columbus to thank — Professor Christopher Columbus Langdell, dean of Harvard Law in the late 19th century

Three questions before law school study abroad

Mar 6, 2013 By: Samuel Berbano

Studying abroad can be a great way to pick up some law school credits and enjoy some time away from home. Answer three key questions to help pick the best program for you.

Everything I needed to know about law school I learned skiing

Feb 27, 2013 By: Samuel Berbano

I went skiing for the first time and thought about my law school journey. 1L Year: The Bottom of the Hill When

Law Students Can Learn More About WestlawNext By Playing FantasySCOTUS

Feb 14, 2013 By: Jake Knadle

Use your knowledge of the law and WestlawNext to play in FantasySCOTUS, a fantasy Supreme Court league. You might even win Westlaw Rewards Points or a Visa gift card.

Time Management for Law Students

Feb 12, 2013 By: Samuel Berbano

Law students often find themselves busy with school, work, and extracurriculars, making effective time management crucial to law school success.

The Hobbit and the Unknown of Law School

Feb 5, 2013 By: Samuel Berbano

We’re talking about popular movies and their relationship to law school. This week, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey is on tap. Like the title character, Bilbo Baggins, law students are heading into the unknown. How do you make the most of it?

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