This week’s roundup features articles on whether or not a school’s religious affiliation should dictate what relationships it has with other companies and organizations, how applying early may not be the right choice for everyone, and the importance of personal reputation.
How much should a law school’s religious affiliation affect students’ work opportunities?Â Read more about this situation at Boston College Law School in this Spero News article.
Does dorm life seem unappealing after graduating from college? A Harvard Law student explains the pros and cons of living in a dorm in this HLS Admissions blog post.
Do the potential advantages of applying early decision to law school outweigh the disadvantages?Â Read more on the University of Michigan Law School blog.
Recent Miami law grads who have passed the bar and take unpaid posts in the government or non-profit sector will be able to get a monthly stipend from their alma mater – a significant move that shows Miami’s acknowledgment of today’s troubling legal job market. Will other schools follow suit?Â Read more about this decision in this article from The Chronicle of Higher Education.
This post on the US News blog from Ann Levine reminds law school applicants about the importance of maintaining a good reputation.
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