The MPRE: What Is It, and How to Pass It? 

The MPRE: What Is It, and How to Pass It? 

SUGGESTIONS ON HOW TO PREPARE by Contributor (Apr. 27, 2020) — In most states, law students must take and pass the MPRE before they can be admitted to the Bar. But what is the MPRE – and how can you make sure you successfully get through it? Read on to find out more about this […]

University of Baltimore – New Student Scholarships

University of Baltimore – New Student Scholarships

ALONG WITH “MANY PERKS” by Contributor (Jun. 26, 2019) — Baltimore might not be as popular as Washington, Philadelphia, and New York, however, the city offers several exciting opportunities for international students. Studying in Baltimore is a dream for every student as you will not only get the best quality of education but will experience […]

Jeffrey Henderson Accepted to Law School pb

Jeffrey Henderson Accepted to Law School pb

“I DIDN’T WANT TO BE A LAWYER” by Sharon Rondeau (Oct. 3, 2013) — A father of seven children taken away from their parents nearly three years ago by the Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) has been accepted to an American Bar Association-accredited law school for the spring 2014 semester. […]

No Mincing Allowed

No Mincing Allowed

ONE WAY TO HOLD POLITICIANS ACCOUNTABLE by OPOVV, ©2013 (Mar. 7, 2013) — In my hypothetical Washington, DC, the traffic moves along faster than believable.  Why, even in the side streets, the neighborhoods, the residential zones, the speed limit is posted at a “modest” 55mph, whereas any street with a stoplight it’s 70. In the history […]