With the start of a new semester, it is time to organize study groups or decide to go it alone. Looking at the pros and cons, you have to decide if study groups are effective for you. BYU Law student Justin Miller, 2L, and recent graduate Rebekah-Anne Gebler share their thoughts on studying together. Pros: Helps establish friendships […]
What's it like to live with a law student? The BYU Law Spouse Association provides a humorous list of 10 signs you're living with a law student.
Guest speaker Todd Mortensen spoke to BYU law students on November 7, 2016 about working for a big law firm in New York City.
BYU Law alum Judge Suchada Bazzelle '94 did not have the intention of becoming a judge when she graduated from law school. After 13 years of practice, however, she was appointed to the Fourth District Juvenile Court in January 2007 by Governor Jon M. Huntsman, Jr.
BYU Law SBA club hosted it’s annual Halloween Social on October 27, 2016. Faculty and students participated by dressing up, bringing out the best costumes in the Law School.
Resumes are vital this time of year as law students explore summer externships or job opportunities after graduation. Beth Hansen, Career Services Director, gives her top tips for building a solid resume.