Resources


What Job Seekers, Employees and Employers Need to Know About Social Media

There are special considerations for social media users when it comes to looking for a job, as well as being an employee of an organization. Professor Thaddeus Hoffmeister offers some advice on how to navigate the social media world through the lens of employment.

What Is a J.D. Degree or a Juris Doctor?

The path to become a lawyer is rigorous, and it requires extensive training and education, including earning a Juris Doctorate (J.D.) While every J.D. program is different, there are standard requirements you should expect to meet before applying. These requirements, as well as common coursework and what you can do with a J.D. degree are examined in more detail.

Tips From a Lawyer: A Beginner’s Guide to Self-Advocacy

Self-advocacy is a key skill in a world of preoccupied people. Lawyers’ courtroom experiences offer helpful strategies to win over an audience.

How To Become a Lawyer

As you explore a possible law career, familiarize yourself with the steps you need to take to become a lawyer. This how-to guide will help you start thinking about education and post-education requirements to become a lawyer, as well as job opportunities in the field.

What’s in a Name? Domain Registration Changes in the Wake of the GDPR

The GDPR granted basic data privacy rights to all EU citizens, regardless of where that data was stored, but internet domain registration is unique.

LSAT Prep: Two- and Four-Month Study Plans

To help you prepare for the Law School Admission Test (LSAT), here are two study plans designed to guide you through a two-month or four-month preparation period.