Finding free time for anything in law school is extremely challenging. Scores of single law students are asking themselves if there is even time to start dating or maintain a healthy ... Continue Reading →
Research seems to be increasingly showing that a focused person is not necessarily one who is sitting still at a desk for a solid eight hours a day.
There are plenty of articles offering ... Continue Reading →
Warning: Spoilers ahead.
In the Netflix series, Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events, a mysterious fire kills the wealthy parents of the three Baudelaire children, Violet, ... Continue Reading →
The year 2016 marked a notable landmark for women in the ranks of law schools nationwide. For the first time, women who were enrolled in juris doctor programs outnumbered men. Women’s ... Continue Reading →
What do all great law arguments, contracts and legal letters have in common? A great writing foundation.
Imagine, after hours of reading, gathering information and building a strong ... Continue Reading →
The Real Property Law Section Council of the Ohio State Bar Association is thrilled to announce that law student scholarship applications are now open! The scholarship program is intended ... Continue Reading →
The ABA House of Delegates on Tuesday voted against a proposal to tighten bar passage rate standards for accredited law schools.
Under ABA rules, the house can send the proposed rule, Resolution ... Continue Reading →
The new MacBook Pro with Touch Bar is banned for use at the 2017 Ohio February bar exam, according to Ohio State University Michael E. Moritz College of Law Associate Clinical Professor ... Continue Reading →