Student Lawyer magazine begins 2017 with a slate of articles on how to do things differently in your legal career. Here's what you'll find in the January/February 2017 issue. How to resist the allure of a traditional practice Let those who’ve taken
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Student Lawyer magazine begins 2017 with a slate of articles on how to do things differently in your legal career. Here's what you'll find in the
Yesterday, we covered the top posts that started here on Before the Bar. Today we're going to look at the Law Student Division's publication, Student Lawyer
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