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Weekly 180: A Salary Increase at Law Firms

Weekly 180: A Salary Increase at Law Firms

Let’s dig into this week’s top stories for savvy law students. From law firms upping their pay, to law schools revising their curricula, to some words of advice for the waitlisted—let’s get started. By all means, please leave your opinions …

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Weekly 180: Limiting Loans for Law Students?

Weekly 180: Limiting Loans for Law Students?

Let’s dig into this week’s top stories for law students who want to stay in the know. From picking a school based on where you want to work after graduation, to a bold proposal for law school financial aid, to …

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How to Hit Your Target LSAT Score

How to Hit Your Target LSAT Score

Perhaps the most common question that we get asked is what it actually takes to hit a target LSAT score. Today, we’ll share with you the not-so-top-secret recipe for taking the LSAT and doing your best on Test Day.

Utilizing …

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Weekly 180: Attend Santa Clara School of Law, Work at Apple

Weekly 180: Attend Santa Clara School of Law, Work at Apple

From Santa Clara School of Law grads working as in-house lawyers for Apple, to state school grads struggling on the job market, to a mega donation to Chicago Law, there’s much to cover on the law school admissions landscape. Let’s dig …

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The June LSAT may give your application an advantage in the law school admissions cycle.

The Case for Taking the June LSAT

Admissions deans, officers, and experts from law schools of every shape and stripe have all told us: the LSAT is the most important factor in your law school application. In fact, our 2014 law school admissions survey confirmed this …

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Do You Need the LSAT to Go To Law School? The Real Story

This week Bloomberg Business published an article about a new phenomenon: law schools that don’t require an LSAT score for admission.  Unsurprisingly, the ears of every prospective law student across the country perked.  Think pieces, new plans, excited prognostications for

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Weekly 180: Judges, Law School Admissions Without the LSAT?, and More!

Can you believe it’s March already? That means one thing…the February administration of the LSAT is in the books and test takers are excitedly (anxiously?) awaiting their results.  One thing you won’t have to wait any longer for though are …

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Weekly 180: The Great Law School Mergers, Getting into Law School LSAT-Free, and More

Has February gloom got you down? Does the fact that our next national holiday isn’t until the end of May make you weepy? (Me too!). That’s no excuse to not be on top of what’s going on the law school …

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Weekly 180: Selecting a Law Firm, the Legal Job Market, and More

It’s a tough time of year for prospective law students; some of you are getting ready for the February LSATs, or focusing on finishing your senior year strong, or getting your law school application in late.  But take a …

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Tip of the Week: Balancing LSAT Prep with Busy Schedule

So it’s time to study for the LSAT—or at least schedule your LSAT prep—and you somehow have to balance this with a full schedule.

You may be changing careers, or perhaps you’ve discovered that a law degree would be …

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