Students: Make the Most of Your Winter Break The upcoming winter break provides tons of opportunities for you to reconnect with contacts you’ve made throughout the previous year. Before final exams begin, spend some time thinking strategically about how you can use the next several weeks to build and expand your networks. 1. If you […]
Just how "authentic" should you be in the legal profession? We share tips and insights from Virginia G. Essandoh of Ballard Spahr.
How can you prepare to work in the changing legal marketplace? Glen Wagstaff ('13) shares his advice.
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.
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.
The summer between each year of law school is a vital time to gain and exercise skills while working in a law-related field. Landing your summer placement may seem like a daunting task, but with some strategy and planning, finding a relevant and meaningful summer internship is within your reach. Third-year law students working for […]