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Author: Josephine Bahn

Josephine Bahn Josephine Bahn graduated from New York Law School in May 2016 and passed the New York Bar Examination the following July. Currently, she is a member of the 2016-2017 Emerging Leaders class for the ABA Young Lawyers' Division and is serving as an ABA Presidential Appointment to the Legal Opportunity Scholarship. While in law school, she served as the Law Student on the Council of the ABA’s Section on Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar and two terms as Vice Chair in the ABA Law Student Division. She is clerking for a federal judge who sits in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.

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Finding the balance in your law school curriculum

April 06, 2017

I graduated from law school this past May, took the bar in July, and was fortunate to land a job as a federal judicial law clerk that started in September.  What this really means: I’m no expert on law school curriculum. I do, however, have some sage advice

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School bar passage: When 75% is enough

August 04, 2016

The ABA and the Section on Legal Education may soon be generating much discussion and debate as they weigh a significant tightening of Standard 316, which relates to bar passage rates.

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Opinion: End of the the pay-credit ban a welcome change

March 15, 2016

This past fall semester, I burned myself out. I took 17 credits at New York Law School, which included a clinic where I put long hours into client interaction; working two days a week as an unpaid intern at a federal agency; and working two to three days a week