Have You Considered Studying Performing Arts Law?
December 7, 2016

The world of the performing arts is entertaining, creative, enriching and beautiful. But this world doesn’t exist on its own. There are many forces at work which help artists, performers and other creative types do what they do. One significant factor in sustaining the performing arts industry? The law. Let’s take a closer look at the intersection of law and the performing arts, along with highlighting a few reasons to pursue law studies in this fascinating and fulfilling area.

Five Top Law School Extracurriculars
November 23, 2016
While doing well in your law school classes is important, can you land a great job on a strong academic record and nothing else? Extracurriculars are not only a smart way to round out your skill set, but they also make a resume truly shine. Wondering which activities will best help you succeed in yo...

Should You Start Your Own Law Practice?
October 26, 2016
While the prospect of opening your own law practice is an exhilarating one, it can also be  intimidating. After all, lawyers already have a full range of roles and responsibilities; is it really feasible to add running a business to the list? In order to help you get a better sense of whether h...

5 Bona Fide Truths of Law Students
October 12, 2016
Welcome to the esteemed profession of law!  Before you set up your Lexis Nexis account, there are a few things we think you should know.  Take a look at our Summary of Argument and see for yourself. 

Why All Law Students Should Do Pro Bono Work
September 28, 2016
While earning a decent salary may not be your sole reason for pursuing a law career, it probably factors into the equation. And you most certainly didn’t plan on working for free -- which makes the pro bono concept a challenging one to understand at first glance. Drill down further, however, a...

Four Top Tips for Landing a Law Internship
September 14, 2016
If you’re planning on a law career, there’s no better way to get a real-world feel for the practice while simultaneously increasing your marketability as a job candidate than by interning at a law firm. Read on for four tips aimed at helping you land an internship while taking a giant st...

Six Reasons to Study Law Abroad
August 31, 2016
Foreign language studies may come first to mind when you think of potential international study options. But there’s plenty to gain from traveling abroad to pursue other subjects, as well. One lesser-known but equally promising field when it comes to studying abroad? Law. From undergraduate se...

Three Tips for Adapting to the Brave New World of Law Studies
August 17, 2016
The field of law is not the same today as it was 50, 25 or even 10 years ago. Perhaps of even greater note? It won’t be the same a decade from now as it is today. Let’s take a closer look at some of the changes impacting the law industry, along with highlighting three tips aimed at helpi...

Micronations of the World: Law and Politics in Practice
August 4, 2016
In the last several years, the world has seen some major attempts by nations and regions to secede from their established political unions, with varying degrees of success. But while parliaments debate exit strategies, citizens rally in support of independence or union, and the world watches to see ...

The Changing Face of Gendered Language
July 20, 2016
Gender identity is at the forefront of the political world. But while courts and judges fight over bathrooms and weddings, and law enforcement and civil rights activists fight discrimination and hate speech, gender-neutral language is already being used to make the world more accessible for everyone...


January 10, 2019

Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore may no longer be married, but their partnership left behind a powerful legacy thanks to the non-profit organization they...

January 4, 2019

A growing body of evidence points to “pervasive mental health issues” within the legal profession, including on campus. Enter wellness rooms, area...