Vol. 39 No. 4 ByNicholas D. WittenbergNicholas D. Wittenberg, a third-yearstudent at The University of Toledo College of Law, is the 2010–11 Law StudentDivision liaison to the Standing Committee on Judicial Independence. The ABA Standing Committee on JudicialIndependence has undertaken and made significant accomplishments on many projects regarding judicial independence. As an
Vol. 39 No. 1Gretchen Rubin, author of The Happiness Project, speaks with Student Lawyer’s Donna Gerson about her career path from Supreme Court law clerk to best-selling author, tips for increasing your happiness in law school, and ways to navigate a difficult job market.Gretchen, why did you decide to go
Occasionally I’ll hear a silly naive person ask why lawyers must have instruction in writing. The answer, of course, is that anyone who poses such a question is almost certainly unaware of his or her own ineptitude. There’s writing in the sense of literacy (can you write your name?), and
Well, that caught your attention, didn’t it? Maybe you were expecting another column about how networking is the most important method of job searching, how it trumps mass mailing of résumés, targeted responses to advertised positions, and even on-campus interview programs. Maybe you saw the very word “network” and were
Law class and note-taking requires different strategies than undergraduate classes because of format, content, and pace differences.