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Alesha Williams

Resource Review: Alliance For Justice

Hello fellow gladiators! Today I’ve been browsing the Alliance for Justice (AFJ) website, and came across a lot of cool things that I’d like to share. Alliance for Justice is an association that combines multiple organizations in furtherance of the common goal of advancing justice and democracy. Some of the key issues addressed by AFJ are  Continue Reading »

Student View: Alesha D. Williams ’15

This past summer, I had the opportunity to serve as a law intern to the Honorable Paul C. Wilson of the Missouri Supreme Court. My experience there was one of the most dynamic learning experiences that I have ever encountered. Judge Wilson was just appointed to the Missouri Supreme Court in December of 2012. He  Continue Reading »

Resource Review: How to Work a Room

How to Work a Room: The Ultimate Guide to Savvy Socializing In Person and Online is a book by Susan RoAne, who is known as “The Mingling Maven”™.  The book provides techniques on how to socialize and feel comfortable in business networking situations. Available for checkout in the Career Development Office, the book identifies the things that  Continue Reading »

Resource Review: It’s Who You Know: The Magic of Networking

It’s Who You Know is a book by Cynthia Chin-Lee, a graduate of Harvard University, about networking. A copy of this book is available in Career Services. The book is essentially a guide on how to expand personal and business contacts through networking in person and on the Internet. It highlights the importance of networking  Continue Reading »

Resource Review: Careers in Criminal Law

Careers in Criminal Law is a book put together by the American Bar Association’s Criminal Justice Section, and I strongly recommend reading it. Different attorneys that are a part of the Criminal Justice Section contributed to this book, which delves into a day in the life of a criminal lawyer in several different areas of  Continue Reading »