Last week I got to do one of my absolute favorite things: I sat down with former clients and talked to them about law school, their career goals and progress toward those goals, their experiences and their regrets. I wanted to share a few of the things I learned from them . A lot of
This is a Law School Expert exclusive! If you are committed to working in the public interest and you want to attend a law school that supports that endeavor with innovative programs, proactive placement in job opportunities, and a generous scholarship, my alma mater (The University of Miami School of Law) might be the perfect
Surveying Practicing Attorneys I surveyed more than 250 attorneys from across the country to provide you with information that will help you decide: 1: whether to go to law school 2: where to go to law school 3: what you can expect from a law degree, and 4: how to make yourself employable as a
Forgive me, but I was almost happy to see this article today on CNN.com talking about how MBA students are taking on too much debt before finding there are no 6-figure jobs waiting for them. Yay, law schools are not the only evil graduate program accused of bilking poor, innocent ambitious students and forcing them to
Please listen in to my Blog Talk Radio Show tomorrow (it’s FREE like always!). I’m going to be talking with Spencer Aronfeld, author of “Make It Your Own Law Firm,” a guide for law students on what they need to do to be self-sufficient as lawyers (and self-employed!) when they get out. Don’t miss it.
See this article ranking law schools according to the number of graduates from the 2009 class in Federal Judicial clerkships – Great support for going beyond the USNWR rankings in choosing a school!
Please, please, PLEASE read this before accepting a scholarship to any law school: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/05/01/business/law-school-grants.html?pagewanted=1&_r=2&hp
Law school conditional programs can be great opportunities for those who otherwise would not be admitted to law school. By participating in a shortened law school program (either via Internet or on campus) and achieving a certain GPA, an applicant can be admitted to the J.D. program for that fall. Generally, you do not apply