Law School Admissions Essay II

I’m presuming that you’ve already read the last part in this series, where I talked about the three essential elements of a successful law school admission essay. If you haven’t, please click the link above and check it out yourself. In the previous article, I talked about how writing/grammar skills, motivation, and the “personality” that […]

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Job Callback Interview

First of all, congrats for clearing the first round! The hard work you put in for the screening interview paid off with a callback. Usually, a firm will inform you via telephone if you’ve made the callback. Otherwise, they’ll let you know by mail in case of a no. The callback is usually held at […]

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Job Screening Interview

What does it take to ace a job interview? Put on a good suit, pop in a few breath mints, and making sure your tie matches your shirt? These are tough economic times. Fewer and fewer firms are hiring new candidates, choosing to invest in experience than youth (if they’re investing at all). In this […]

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1L Exams

So you got into the law school of your choice. Congrats! But the journey has hardly begun. If you believed the admissions process was difficult, you’ll be surprised what the first semester has in store for you. I’ve seen it happen many times: young, brilliant graduates enter law school thinking they can succeed the way […]

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Law School Confidential Review

The Law School Confidential: A Complete Guide to the Law School Experience: By Students, for Students has been called “a must for anyone attending or thinking about law school” by The Houston Lawyer, and is one book that can be found in the bookshelf of every law student. Law School Confidential is considered the “little […]

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Corruption and Transparency in the Judiciary

Yesterday’s NYT contained one more article on the advance of the Taliban in Pakistan. While it was disturbing to read, I couldn’t help but think that the Taliban, even in their unrelenting advancement, had one point: they were willing to bring about a transparent judicial system in Pakistan. Now Pakistan may be far, far away […]

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