Study Tips for Law Students

Quick throwback to those grade school workshops and quizzes where you found out if you were an auditory, visual, or kinesthetic learner. Don’t worry – that’s not what this article is about because I’m still not sure what any of that even means. However, if you have figured out how to study the law “kinesthetically,”…

Engaging with Your Community as a Law Student

Many people attend law school because of their interest in civic engagement. Whether it be through political campaigning, administrative law, or legal services, a fair portion of law students expect their professional education to accelerate their careers in public service. I, personally, fall into this group of students. A big motivator of my applying to…

Self-Assessment in Law School

September is coming to an end, and it’s hard to believe that we are already over one month into the semester.  As law students, we are certainly beginning to feel the crunch of time as our readings are becoming denser and as midterms are weeks away, if not happening already. During this time, it is…

New York State’s Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Requirement

So, you took the LSAT, got accepted to law school(s), completed three years of coursework and your 50-hour pro bono requirement, passed the Bar Exam and have been admitted to the Bar. However, you’re not quite done with all of the requirements necessary to practice law in New York State. Now, it’s time to complete…