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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How to Combat Zoom Fatigue

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It’s hard to be on a Zoom call without someone mentioning “Zoom Fatigue”.  While Zoom calls are unavoidable for most students, there are ways to combat this new phenomenon. Harvard Business Review recently published 6 ways to lessen this exhaustion. …

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5/31 – Registration Deadline for Southeastern IP Job Fair [Virtual] – July 28th

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Student Registration Deadline on May 31st for the 16th Annual Southeastern IP Job Fair

to be held virtually on Tuesday July 28, 2020

The event will now be held virtually to help in the fight against COVID-19, and has been …

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Professional Communications in the Legal Workplace: Email and Voicemail Etiquette

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NALP (National Association for Law Placement) has partnered with LawFirmElearning to develop interactive modules for law students. This first short video is centered around professional email and voicemail etiquette in the workplace to help students effectively communicate with attorneys and …

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