Law students are accustomed to rigorous coursework, challenging internships, and complex issues. This year, some will tackle an entirely different challenge: serving as grad mentors and supervising high school students during the annual BYU Civics, Law, and Leadership Youth Camp. “My role is to enable students to succeed,” said J.R. Iler, a third-year law student […]
Law school may be rigorous, but the students at BYU Law enjoy a strong sense of community and appreciate the study breaks that come with traditions like the annual Halloween party. Each year students are joined by superheroes, princesses, celebrities, and ghouls of all ages and sizes as they walk the parade of costumes. […]
Here’s a question you may be asking yourself: which administration of the LSAT you should take? It’s a common question, but the answer depends a lot on you, your goals, and what’s going on in your life right now. An early administration of the LSAT, September/October or December, is usually preferable because many schools do […]
What's it like to be a first-year law student? 1L Sala McCarthy-Stonex shares her experience as a first-year law student at BYU Law.
How should you prepare to meet with your professor during office hours? Read advice from BYU Law professors.
2L Michael Buckley shares a typical day in his life as a law student.
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.
Third-year BYU Law students share their advice for second-year law students, including what they wish they had known when they started 2L year.