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Category Archives: Law School

Law School Applicants Drop 50% in Last Decade; Class of 2010 Provides Insights Into Reason for Decline

According to a report just released by the Law School Admission Council, the number of people applying for law school in the Fall of 2015 as of March 13 is less than half of the number of people who applied to an accredited law school for the Fall of 2005 — 41,136 vs. 95,800. Another …

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The Power of Professional Presence

Transitioning from school – – college, law school, grad school, etc. can be a shocking and confusing time for a young professional. Until now, you may have gotten up, thrown on a pair of jeans and a t-shirt and been good to go.  Transitioning into the professional world and the manner in which you present …

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