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Introverted Law Student

Hey, introverted, quiet, and shy law students: Here’s why remote learning is our jam

August 26, 2020

When news pundits and politicians criticize remote learning as an “across-the-board disaster,” I bristle. I have a different take: introverted, shy, and socially anxious law students can thrive in remote law classrooms. As an introverted professor, I’m completely pumped to start teaching my new cohort of 1Ls next week—fully online.

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4 ways to improve your presentation skills

September 05, 2018

While there are a lot of articles for how you can best compose and develop effective presentations, there are four key ways I’d like to share with you for enhancing your presentation skills.

Listen to your inner voice

Say 'Wow, I did that!'

December 07, 2015

There’s nothing like the voice in our head, when it comes to how we feel about ourselves. Stemming from past experiences, opinions of others or even existing circumstances, that voice in your head either conjures up magic or doom. Right? What we feel about ourselves sends us on a trajectory of self-fulfilling

Love your iPad or other device? Here’s some great news

February 01, 2015

Say you do most of your reading on an iPad, laptop, or other device, and you tend to write as if it will be read that way, too. You’re going to have to change that before your first court appearance as a new lawyer—right? Maybe not. Judges are people, too, and just