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PSJD

If you are interested in a Public Interest Career after law school, you should check out www.psjd.org, which allows you to search posted jobs and employers and has many other resources available as well. In order to search for jobs, you will want to click on the “Search Jobs & Employers” tab from the home  Continue Reading »

Lawyer’s Survival Guide to Working at a Law Firm

The Lawyer’s Guide to Balancing Life and Work

The Lawyer’s Guide to Balancing Life and Work, by George W. Kaufman, is a resource that provides law students and attorneys with advice for making the most out of one’s legal career without completely sacrificing his or her personal life. Through a series of personal anecdotes, famous quotes, practical advice, and thought exercises, the author  Continue Reading »

Website Review: ABA Law Student Division

The website of the Law Student Division of the American Bar Association (ABA) offers a great deal of information and many resources for all students wishing to make the most out of their legal education. The website is divided into several sections, but some features and resources are available only to Division members. The Membership  Continue Reading »

AWL of Kansas City

The Association for Women Lawyers of Greater Kansas City (AWL) is an organization that promotes the equality of women within the legal profession and an excellent organization to become familiar with. Their website can be found at awl-kc.org and has a wealth of information for women interested in practicing law in Kansas City. There are  Continue Reading »

WLA of Greater St. Louis

All women interested in working in the St. Louis Area should definitely check out the website of the Women Lawyers’ Association (WLA) of Greater St. Louis. (wlastl.org). WLA was started in 1976, as an association to support and promote women lawyers in all of their endeavors. WLA looks to address issues pertinent to being a  Continue Reading »

Solo by Choice: How to Be the Lawyer You Always Wanted to Be