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Four Ways Millennial Attorneys are Changing the Legal Profession
May 16, 2018
A lot has been said about the 73 million-strong millennial generation’s potential to change the world. Not only are millennials known for being uniquely invigorated for the causes and social issues they support, but they’re also ready, willing and able to use non-traditional methods to effect change. Retail, travel, real estate, finance, healthcare and fitness are a few of the industries that come to mind when we think of the millennial impact. Also evolving in response to millennial wants and needs? Law. Read on for a roundup of four ways the legal profession is changing in the millennial world.

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Defrauded International Students Get Refunds in New Zealand
May 15, 2018
Earlier this year, hundreds of international students were left in limbo after the closing of the Auckland-based Excellent Education Academy. Now comes news that the New Zealand government has returned nearly $1 million USD to the impacted students. Here’s a closer look at the situation, along wit...

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October 16, 2018

It may sound like a good deal for cash-strapped students: Free coffee in exchange for their personal information. This is exactly what happens at Shir...


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October 9, 2018

While the promise of a high paycheck is an alluring one for undergraduates considering law careers, it’s not the leading factor motivating them, acc...

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October 2, 2018

Law students and faculty at one Virginia school have taken on the challenge of educating convicted felons about their voting rights. Let's take a clos...