Legal Education

A new scholarship announced by the law firm Koenig & Long gives high school students who are less than perfect a second chance.

Money for Trouble

Law Firm Announces College Scholarship for Disruptors At a moment when Harvard is moving beyond the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT), when many of us who have reached a certain distance from our own law…

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Overwhelmed by alligators or legal research? Here's what to do.

Time to Search the Legal Swamp

  Early in my career, managers used to talk about how it’s time to drain the swamp if you’re up to your neck in alligators. The statement never entirely made sense to me, but had…

Sportswear as legal educator

Career Tip from a Tee Shirt

Seen on a tee-shirt in Key West: A good lawyer knows the law, but a great lawyer knows the judge! The tee shirt is right, and that’s a point that wasn’t sufficiently conveyed to me…

Parking Temptation

So much about this sign just makes me want to park beyond it. Enjoying the view of the bay from Long Beach Island, N.J., I also can’t help but wonder about all sorts of legal…

Notice of curfew sign at Lake George, N.Y. Photo credit: M. Ciavardini

Make the Bluebook More Exciting with Visuals

Can we agree that learning how to cite in Bluebook format can be a bit of a tedious endeavor? As a 1L, I found the Bluebook to be an intimidating work despite its soft cover….

The revolutionary at law school

Rebel with a Law Degree

That recently deceased Cuban leader Fidel Castro had gotten a law degree before leading a revolution in his own country triggers all sorts of questions about the role of law and of lawyers, of bar…

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