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Alison Monahan offers some advice for improving your law school performance.

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It’s a fresh semester, a new year, and you’ve resolved to get better law school grades. Great! How are you going to do that? If you’re like most people, you resolve to “work harder.” For a few days, or maybe even a couple of weeks, you spend extra time in the library, making sure you’re…

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Founded by Caren Ulrich Stacey, the OnRamp Fellowship is a re-entry platform that allows experienced, talented lawyers to return to the work force through a one year, paid training contract.

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The statistics don’t lie. There is approximately a 50/50 split between men and women who graduate from law school and obtain entry level associate positions at firms. However, many more women end up leaving after a few years and either never return to the firm environment or return to practicing law at all. We can…

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Advice for LSAC forums from Ann K. Levine of LawSchoolExpert.com.

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LSAC forums are great opportunities for law schools to recruit applicants, but they can also be great opportunities for law school applicants to get a jump up on the competition.

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Adam R. Banner explains how the bar exam is a microcosm for legal practice as a whole.

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Adam R. Banner explains how the bar exam is a microcosm for legal practice as a whole.

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Sunny Choi of Ms. JD interviews lawyers who have found their passion by leaving the law.

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What if you could have the best of both worlds? Not being a lawyer, exactly, but being in a professional position that still takes advantage of your lawyerly inclinations and skills. For the final part of my “Finding Your Passion” series, I hope that you will feel inspired by the people below to search for…

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