Monthly Archives: January 2014

Diversity News Roundup January 2014

Welcome back! The new year is upon us and another semester filled with great student programming and community events. The first Legacy Series event will be a screening of Young Lakota on February 6th from 1-2pm, room TBD. The screening is co-sponsored by Women’s Law Association, the Native American Law Students Association and Law Students […]

Law School Grades: Some Perspective

Grades came out on Friday, and there was probably a wide variety of reactions.  For some, you breathed a sigh of relief, and for others you might be wondering what you can do differently this semester.  Whether you’re feeling like your hard work paid off or like your hard work didn’t yield the results you hoped for, this post […]

The Bar Exam and Bar Application—How to Figure It Out!

    As if law school isn’t hard enough, you also have to decide which bar exam to take and which state(s) to apply to for bar admission.  How do you begin the process?  A great starting point is the National Conference of Bar Examiners site.  This lists different multistate bar tests that states may require, and […]