Many associate attorneys struggle to find a work-life balance. Although it can be difficult to achieve that balance in the legal field, especially at a law firm, it is not impossible. Below, an attorney shares 6 tips for achieving associate attorney work-life balance!
Are you interested in pursuing a public interest career after law school with the government or a nonprofit? Law school graduates in public interest do important work that benefits society, whether as prosecutors, public defenders, legal aid attorneys, or non-lawyers. If you are interested in public interest work and plan on taking out loans for law school, make sure you understand the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program (PSLF). PSLF is a federal program that forgives your student loans if you work in the public interest.
As the Coronavirus (COVID-19) worsens, JD Advising is taking every measure to keep its students, staff, and the public safe. See below for the steps JD Advising is taking:
Update as of 3/23/20: JD Advising is abiding by Michigan’s shelter in place order, which will be in effect until at least April 13. Any copies of physical products will be shipped once we receive clearance. Downloads are still instantly available.
JD Advising is giving back to the community. Here’s how…
Each year, we choose a different cause we want to support — and this year, JD Advising is going green! There are so many causes that we support and so many opportunities to give back. We think that by having a focused goal, we can make a difference in one area each year. Continue reading JD Advising is Going Green!→
What Data Is Your Bar Review Course Sharing with Your Law School?
It is common practice for major bar review courses to share student data with that student’s law school. Upon information and belief, virtually every company shares information about the percentage of a bar review course that their students have completed. (They do this in different ways — percentage of total assignments completed, or percentage of assignments completed vs. those assigned, etc.). Continue reading What Data Is Your Bar Review Course Sharing with Your Law School?→