Author: BYU Law

Preparing for Recruiting Season

While you summer focus may be on getting the most out of your externship experience, don’t forget to also prepare for the upcoming fall recruiting season. Following is a list of activities you can do to make sure you are ready to put your best foot forward: Have your resume reviewed by a member of […]

5 Keys to Success on the LSAT

1—Focus on the last 20 tests Put in the time to master the fundamental skills on all three sections of the LSAT. Now is the time to take (and retake) the most recent 20 Actual Official LSAT Preptests (Tests 63-83). They are the best source for what you are likely to see on the LSAT. […]

Make This Spring & Summer a Success!

Spring is here, and classes are over! Most of you have an externship or clerkship during which you will learn some aspects of the practice of law. Many of you will be in your target geographic location, but even if you are not, using your summer experiences to learn the trade and expand your network […]

BYU Law 2018 Graduation

Graduating law students gathered with the rest of the university for Commencement on April 26 and listened to Elder Jeffrey R. Holland urge them to leave BYU and go out to provide a light in the world. “You have entered to learn,” he said. “Now go forth to serve and strengthen.” On April 27, graduates […]

Graduation Spotlight: Lisha Lisonbee

SBA President, Trial Advocacy, Journal of Public Law Lisha Lisonbee loved the mountains and wildlife and thought she found the perfect fit when she started college as a wildlife ecology and management major. Her dream of herding bison remained strong, but an English class sparked a new interest. “One day I had a debate in an […]

Graduation Spotlight: Ryan Lewis

Blockchain, Law Review, Moot Court, LawX, Law and Entrepreneurship Clinic While participating in a summer externship at Davis Polk in New York, BYU Law student Ryan Lewis was introduced to blockchain: an algorithm and distributed data structure for managing electronic cash without a central administrator. According to Lewis, blockchain is a complicated way of decentralizing the […]

Graduation Spotlight: Elise Faust

Law Review, Supreme Court Clinic, Moot Court, Judicial Externships Teaching and learning are integral parts of Elise Faust’s life. In the fourth grade, she set her course to teach history. By the age of 21, she earned a master’s degree in education from Columbia University and went on to teach high school for seven years […]

Graduation Spotlight: Mark Hammond

Licensed Patent Agent, IP Moot Court, Student IP Law Association As Mark Hammond completed an undergraduate degree in electrical engineering, his desire for broader exposure to new technologies, more significant opportunities for writing, and improved control over his future made a career in intellectual property (“IP”) compelling. After shadowing patent attorneys and sitting in on a […]

Law Stories Event

On Thursday, April 5, 2018, BYU Law hosted its first annual LawStories event at The Wall. Law students submitted written stories to a panel of judges for the honor of presenting their work at this event. The criteria included they be original work, non-fiction, and have some tie to the law. Check out the winning stories […]

Graduation Spotlight: Ben Aldana

BYU Law graduating student Ben Aldana’s path to law school was far from traditional. “I shouldn’t be in law school,” he said. “In February of 2010 I was released from federal prison; I had just spent over six years incarcerated on drug-related charges. Before prison, my life was one of criminal activity and drug use. […]

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