How this movement—and others like it—can affect your future in the global legal community.
A law student has started a religion-focused publishing company in part to revive lost works. Meet Bill Milburn at Louisiana State University.
It has been an honor and a pleasure to work alongside my fellow council members. As the current Delegate of Diversity and Inclusion, I have embarked on several projects.
Having difficulty navigating your hectic law school schedule? You’re not alone! Your new hosts for the ABA Law Student Podcast, Ashley Baker and Kristoffer Butler, talk to Negeen Sadeghi-Movahed, chairwoman of the ABA Law Student Division, about law student life and her goals as chair.
Are you ready to be the next law student leader in the American Bar Association? Quite possibly that answer is no – because you might not know what we do. Listen as ABA Law Student Division Delegate of Diversity Miosotti Tenecora talks about her position and why you should apply for it.
Paulette Brown, the outgoing President of the ABA, and I had a lot to celebrate on the last weekend of our terms at the 2016 Annual Meeting in San Francisco. One of the many successes we both couldn't stop smiling about as we danced at the President’s Reception on Saturday
By Kaitlyn Bigoni University of California, Davis School of Law Secretary-Treasurer, ABA Law Student Division firstname.lastname@example.org As we settle back into the routine of school, organizations, and job applications, I invite you to consider the benefits of becoming more involved in the ABA Law Student Division. The Division provides a number of valuable resources for
By Adena Leibman Adena Leibman, Chair, ABA Law Student Division It’s difficult for me to believe that it’s already time for my last Officially Speaking column as chair of the ABA Law Student Division. I hope you know how proud I am to carry that title and that I have cherished and