Law Degree

10 Ways to Use a Law Degree

10 Ways to Use a Law Degree Many students set off toward their legal education thinking of it as a “default” next step in life. They have heard for decades from their parents, television, and society at large that they should become a doctor, lawyer, or banker. For an ambitious person who has progressed pastKeep reading

How to Craft Your Resumé

How to Craft Your Resumé

How to Craft Your Resumé Writing an impactful resumé can be challenging for students and young professionals who often face the frustrating conundrum of not having enough experience to get more experience. Adding to that, writing things down sometimes has a way of making them seem smaller than they are. When thinking about how toKeep reading

LSAT Prep

How LSAT Prep is Different From Traditional Tests

How LSAT Prep is Different From Traditional Tests The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is your ticket to law school. A good score on this exam can open doors, and a bad score can close them. The LSAT has a scary reputation, and for good reason: it’s not like other tests. Modify your LSAT prepKeep reading

Law School Personal Statement

Do’s and Don’ts for the Law School Personal Statement

Do’s and Don’ts for the Law School Personal Statement All pre-law students know the important quantitative aspects of the law school admissions process: your GPA and LSAT score. Yes, each of these numbers remains critical to how successful you’ll be in your applications. But they don’t paint a complete picture of who you are asKeep reading

What to Do if You Got a Low LSAT Score

What to Do if You Got a Low LSAT Score After months and months of studying, you finally take the LSAT. After anxiously waiting for your results, you get a low LSAT score, even though you prepared as best you could have. What next? Good news. A low LSAT score is not the end ofKeep reading