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Your Guide to Being a Virtual Law Student: Remote Learning Edition

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Here’s a sampling of online resources with free legal content. That is, black letter law to help bolster your studying!  The Caselaw Access Project (“CAP”) from Harvard Law School  Looking for caselaw? Check out Harvard’s Caselaw Access Project, which has 6.7 million cases in its database. You can see the case name, citation, court, and more, all free and accessible. If you…

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Mental Health Resources for Law Students and Lawyers

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It’s no secret that people who enter the legal profession, starting with first-year law students, are at a higher risk than the general population for mental health struggles. This can manifest in many ways, including depression and anxiety, substance abuse, eating disorders, and more.  In 2016, the American Bar Association (ABA) joined forces with the Hazelden Betty…

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How to Block Out Negative Chatter Around Bar Prep

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As you prepare for the bar, you’ll likely encounter other exam takers with a variety of different personalities. Many of these people will also TALK. You might hear things in the bathroom while washing your hands, waiting for the elevator to stop on your floor, or scrolling through social media before you fall asleep.  And people will say the darndest things.  “The February exam is going to be so much harder than the July exam.”  “The day…

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