Issues · Law School

Open Letter to “Mediocre” Latinx Students: Go Where You’re Not Wanted

Yesterday, I saw the article on WaPo about the University of Maryland professor who accidentally sent an email to his mock trial class that included a coach’s (the prof’s daughter) remarks on the students who had tried out and her concern about whether or not to include the Latino students for the sake of diversity… Continue reading Open Letter to “Mediocre” Latinx Students: Go Where You’re Not Wanted

Issues · Legal Practice

Make Yourself Heard: Increasing Your Skills as a Litgator

This article about a 96 year old judge making a rule to help encourage women attorneys to speak up more often in court is making the rounds. It’s a great piece and great example of how people in power can use their position to make a difference. Lost in the discussion (maybe ironically) is that… Continue reading Make Yourself Heard: Increasing Your Skills as a Litgator

Law School

Networking Basics: The Importance of Follow Through

As the new school year starts there will be a lot of opportunities to network and meet members of the legal community. Sometimes it can be overwhelming to interact with so many new people–especially when you’re brand new and may not have a clear networking goal (other than “find a job”). But it’s vital that… Continue reading Networking Basics: The Importance of Follow Through