Learn how to negotiate with your scholarship with this episode of Admitted.
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We first-generation students are rarely ever “one trick ponies”. More often than not, we find ourselves having our hands in many pots: school, extracurricular activities, jobs, maintaining a social life, etc.
A long time ago, in a galaxy far far away, I was lucky enough to be chosen to attend the Harvard Kennedy School of Government’s program for Senior Executives in State and Local Government. It was a three-week school that brought together folks from across the country to learn about different challenges faced by state and local government agencies, some techniques for addressing them and perhaps most importantly, meeting people who do what you do and getting a network of resources for feedback and support.
In this episode, Coach Miriam discusses making the most out of your summer internship.
When you begin law school, there will be many new phrases and terms you’ll need to learn. Some, you may have heard before. But one term that is usually new to most students is “dicta.” What is dicta? What does dicta mean and why is it important for you to understand the role it plays in the law?
Last month we began our discussion about maintaining a positive mindset in law school and the importance of knowing the true purpose of law school. That first tip was a doozy. Today we focus on a few tips that you can implement while you are in your first year of law school to help refocus your mindset and get the most out of your studying.