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Author: Jessica Tomer

Jessica Tomer Jessica Tomer is the Web Content Manager at New England Law | Boston. Founded in 1908 as the first and only law school for women, today New England Law is known for its flexible—co-ed!—programs, rigorous academics, welcoming community, and ample real-world experiential learning opportunities.

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Summer Reading

Summer syllabus: Books to read before starting law school

June 12, 2019

Soon-to-be law students, this is your summer reading list. Okay, you don’t need to read all these books—with 30+ books, they’re probably too many for one summer anyway! But they are helpful, inspiring, and empowering picks all law students might consider.

Graduation

Should you go to law school immediately after undergrad?

August 21, 2018

The “right time” for law school will vary from person to person, based on many factors, from finances to undergrad experiences to family considerations. But here’s the good news: every year, first-year law students come from a mix of folks fresh out of undergrad and those who have been working

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How to deal with law school stress in healthy ways

March 28, 2018

Law students will be the first to tell you: law school is stressful. It’s competitive, expectations are high, and there’s a lot to do and only so many hours to do it. Now, stress can be a good thing sometimes. But too much stress—especially the long-lasting kind—is not so good. So what should you do?