‘It Could Have Been Me’: Black Attorneys Reflect on George Floyd’s Death and What Comes Next

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“Black attorneys and legal industry leaders recounted their own experiences with racism and their hopes for the future.”

Check out the full article by Dylan Jackson on Law.com.

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New York Bar: Now Taking Applications for September Bar Exam!

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New York’s Board of Law Examiners recently announced that it has opened a second period for bar applications for its September bar exam. (https://www.nybarexam.org/)

This period:

(1) Lasts from today until June 12

(2) Only allows for first-time takers from …

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Apply Now-2021-2023 Term Judicial Clerkship, Hon. Richard T. Morrison (Washington, D.C.) United States Tax Court

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Judge Richard T. Morrison of the United States Tax Court in Washington, D.C., is now accepting
clerkship applications for a 2021-2023 term.

Applicants should have an interest in taxation and possess strong academic credentials, superior
research and writing skills, and …

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Is There A Higher Calling For America’s Lawyers?

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Purvi Shah, a social justice lawyer, discusses the importance of attorneys during the current pandemic.  Shah notes that only 3% of America’s 1.3 million lawyers work on issues of justice and poverty.  There is a huge opportunity during any large …

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9 Productivity Tips for Working or Studying From Home

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Whether you are studying for the bar, starting your summer job, or enrolled in summer classes, we could all use a little help with productivity during these remote times.  This Built In article by Brian Nordli discusses how a daily …

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