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Nine students who’ve devoted part of their law school career to public interest opportunities explain why they chose the path they’ve taken, along with the most satisfying—and most challenging—aspects of their efforts.
The concept of bringing victim and offender together for dialogue – and possibles peace – is one more countries are adopting. Steadily, law students have become an integral part of this movement through their work in law school clinic programs springing up all over the country.
One of the most rewarding ways to spend your summer as a law student is a study abroad program. Here you’ll find our comprehensive directory of study abroad options for law students.
A number of factors have contributed to the current landscape of the criminal justice system in America. Law schools throughout the United States have recognized these challenges, though, and law students have been taking on the task of seeking to correct them.
We take to the stormy seas of your own personal choices on how to study in law school. Experts weigh in on what works and doesn’t in studying and share their best advice for figuring out what will work for you.November/December 2018
Navigating your own law school experience
The issue of Student Lawyer takes to the stormy seas of your own personal choices on how to study in law school.September/October 2018
Law School Mental Health and Wellness
How can you evaluate your stress level and find tools to help deal with the pressure of law school? Read on.March/April/May 2018
Becoming Tomorrow’s Legal Leader
How do you create career opportunities for yourself? One way is to develop leadership skills—and it’s never too early to do that.January/February 2018
The New Lawyer
What does the lawyer of the future need to know? It’s a lot more than just the law. No matter where you land after graduation, fluency in technology and skills that go beyond the legal field will help you shine.November/December 2017
Behind the Scenes of 'Marshall'
Chadwick Boseman talks with Student Lawyer about his performance in the movie “Marshall,” a biographical film based on the life of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall.September/October 2017
Achieving Justice for Today's Diverse Students
Imagine getting into, paying for, and succeeding in law school—and then not being permitted to practice. That’s the risk for students who aren’t U.S. citizens.March/April/May 2017
Breaking the Legal Career Mold
Student Lawyer magazine begins 2017 with a slate of articles on how to do things differently in your legal career.January/February 2017
Civility in the Profession
You can be civil and succeed as a lawyer. We teach you how to contend without being contentious and how to navigate office politics without alienating your co-workers.November/December 2016
The Modern Lawyer
We ask - do you have to change your personal style to get hired? We’ll also tell you how easy it is to not get hired, introduce you to five rock start student networkersSeptember/October 2016