Check out our favorite blogs about laws and legal studies. We think you'll enjoy them. Some are written specifically for lawyers, but even those provide insights and commentary that can help both lawyers and non-lawyers learn more about the methods, theories and principles of law.
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Although a paralegal may not assume ultimate responsibility over a case, their duties aid in the overall productivity of a case, decision, or task. The following paralegal resources will help you acquire the information more effectively and reach new heights in your career.
The graduate school testing process can be complicated, especially for undergraduates already navigating the demands of senior year or career-changers juggling their current jobs. For those pursuing careers in law or legal studies, which test should be prioritized: the GRE, the GMAT, the LSAT or all three?