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MeToo

Student Lawyer: The #MeToo Issue

March 28, 2019

#MeToo is perhaps the most complex topic we’ve covered in Student Lawyer, but it’s also arguably one of the most important. This issue of Student Lawyer lays down the law on office behavior, combating bias, finding those willing to help, and working to stem sex trafficking.

Women Frowning

Mind your manners: Commonsense rules for everyone in today’s legal workplace

March 28, 2019

Get ready to navigate the fast-changing social terrain— during your summer externship, at your first off-campus interview, at a clerkship, or as you transition into your first “real world” job after your final semester—with these helpful tips from fellow students and legal professionals. 1. Think…and

Sleeping

Our dreamiest webinar ever: Improving your sleep habits

March 21, 2019

Get comfy, pull up a pillow fort, and join us on Tuesday, April 30, for "Building Better Sleep Habits," a webinar on taking your rest style to a more effective level. The host who will help you enjoy unencumbered slumbers will be Dr. June J.

Diversity

Make diversity part of your bar group's future plans—it's essential!

March 19, 2019

As bar leaders, lawyers can successfully integrate diversity into your bar, into your leadership, and into your future plans for your organization. Today, I’m happy to talk about how you as bar leaders can successfully integrate diversity into your bar, into your leadership, and into

Spring Break

Wellness reminder: Keep the 'break' in spring break

March 14, 2019

My fellow law students — congratulations on making it to Spring Break 2019!! Whether you’re a first-year wondering how you’re still surviving or a third-year realizing that you’re just under five months away from taking the bar exam (sorry to bring it up), I wanted to check in

Decisions

Don’t overlook retirement when paying down student debt

March 12, 2019

Getting that first student loan bill can be terrifying.  For many borrowers, it is the precise moment the monopoly money of student loans becomes real debt. For young lawyers, it can lead to an epic panic.  I owe how much?  This can’t be right, who

Brandon Marc Higa

University of Hawaii law student already a committed public servant

March 08, 2019

Brandon Marc Higa wears multiple hats in his community.  In addition to attending the University of Hawaii at Mānoa William S. Richardson School of Law, Higa works full-time as director for Resource Development, is a model and actor, and plays the clarinet in the Royal Hawaiian Band—and in

ABA TECHSHOW

Go with a goal: Law student takes on TECHSHOW with a purpose

February 26, 2019

The 2019 ABA TECHSHOW starts Wednesday, and I can already feel the excitement brewing on the Oklahoma University College of Law campus. Last year’s TECHSHOW was nothing short of amazing. The only thing that rivaled the education

Technology Ethics

Law students—avoid malpractice and embrace technology!

February 20, 2019

Did you know that thirty-five states have expressly included knowledge of technology in the official comments for their Rules of Professional Conduct? Most states have adopted language similar to comment 8 of the ABA Model Rule 1.1: Competence.