While the LSAT writing section may or may not factor into the admissions decision, it is a crucial part of the application.
Law school is a long, expensive, and competitive route. You need to make sure you really want it before you apply to a program.
Calling congressional representatives is the best way to get your voice heard, but here’s what to know before you do.
Extracurriculars often distinguish a good candidate from an excellent one. Use these tips to represent yourself strategically.
A legal internship can be a great experience, but you need to put a lot of work into it to make it worthwhile.
Runoff elections do not occur frequently, especially during general elections, which can make them a confusing process.
Legal internship interviews can be stressful. These five tips will help you make the best impression possible.
Attending and speaking at city council meetings is a great way to get involved with local politics and highlight key issues.
Law schools admissions committees typically look for very specific qualities in the applications they read.
Networking remains a key aspect of building a successful legal career and this process should start while you are still in law school.