Self-care and inspiration

New Year’s resolutions to jump-start the new semester

January 4, 2023

It’s a new year and a new semester. Time to assess your old habits and make resolutions where needed. Are there things you should have been doing, or doing with more consistency, last semester? The new year provides a great opportunity to implement habits that will help you be a well-rounded law school student. Here […]

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Time to check off any law school bucket list items

January 3, 2023

Your time as a law student is coming to an end. Now is the time to make the most of your final months. As you entered law school as a 1L, you may have had many expectations, hopes, and curiosities. With your final semester in full swing, now is the time to look back at […]

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Five self-care tips for exam time

October 24, 2022

Not that you need a reminder, but finals are right around the corner. It is a stressful time for all law students. Whether you’re a 1L preparing for your first 3+ hour final exam or you’re a seasoned 3L waiting to conquer your last fall semester, finals can be grueling. Remember to take a few […]

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Top 10 legal influencers

October 11, 2022

The legal community on social media is growing rapidly. As people become more and more accustomed to sharing their opinions online, legal professionals and law students are starting to use social media as a business tool and shed some light on a somewhat mysterious industry. There are several people that stand out on the platform, […]

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Quick and easy mealtime ideas for time-strapped law students

July 24, 2022

It’s a known fact that law students are strapped for time. Your schedules are usually filled with school responsibilities, and when they’re not, you’re normally too exhausted to take advantage of the break. With limited time and energy to devote to non-school related activities, law students often become closely acquainted with the nearby restaurants and […]

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7 Supreme Court cases that shaped LGBTQ rights

May 26, 2022

The LGBTQ movement in America dates back at least as far as the 1920s, when the first documented gay rights organization was founded. The Society for Human Rights only survived for about a year before it was disbanded in 1925, but its mark was left on our country. Increased visibility and activism of LGBTQ individuals […]

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Ten ideas for your 2L summer bucket list

May 15, 2022

You did it! 2L year is under your belt, you are officially 1 year away from graduating and entering the legal profession. But before you enter 3L year, you have ten weeks of summer employment and a month of vacation. Now that you’re an incoming 3L, how should you spend your summer compared to 1L? […]

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Five female lawyers who overcame sexism to change history

March 7, 2022

With around 38% of attorneys today being female, it’s easy to remember how much women have had to fight for their right to practice law. Although gender inequality in the legal profession is still prevalent today, women in the United States have pushed back on sexism and accomplished remarkable advancements for female lawyers over the […]

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How to use spring break to make the rest of the way easier

February 18, 2022

Spring break is generally thought of as being a much-needed break from the hectic law school schedule. It’s a time to relax, maybe take a vacation, and enjoy not having class. While we do believe you should use your spring break to de-stress, we encourage you not to check out completely. If you aren’t planning […]

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Ten holiday gift ideas that fit perfectly with law students

December 16, 2021

The holiday season is upon us; sales are about to appear, and as a result, you may be wondering what to get that over-stressed law student in your life this year. 1. Bookstore Gift Card Law school textbooks are expensive, every time a law student has to swipe their card to purchase them it definitely […]

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