Thanksgiving Traditions in Law School

It's that time of year again! And no we aren't just talking about finals. Thanksgiving break is the perfect time to gather with family and friends, get some extra study time in, and practice your own holiday traditions. Here's what some of our students will be up to during the break. "I always go home … Continue reading Thanksgiving Traditions in Law School

How to Navigate the Law School Admissions Process Without a Pre-Law Advisor

Ask around. You’d be surprised how many family members and friends know a lawyer or two. Lawyers give great law school advice. If they’re willing to talk to you, meet up with them for a chat and cup of coffee. Lawyers love coffee and giving advice. Do your research. Be proactive. Make use of Google … Continue reading How to Navigate the Law School Admissions Process Without a Pre-Law Advisor

Going From a Historically Black College to Law School

I attended Florida A&M University (FAMU), a Historically Black College or University (HBCU), for my undergraduate degree in Business Administration. It was everything “A Different World” told me it would be and more! The comfort, the culture, the community, the social life, and the activism. So understandably, I was a little concerned that by getting … Continue reading Going From a Historically Black College to Law School