Are the Games Gone for Good?

By Louis Deville After eight years of litigation between the Law School Admissions Council and two co-plaintiffs, the Law School Admissions Test, or LSAT, will be removing the logic games section from its examinations. The co-plaintiffs’ claim? That the logic games section of the test unfairly disadvantages those who are Read more…

Comparison is Truly the Thief of Joy

By Chandler Bourgeois The legal field inherently demands competitiveness and with that, comes an insurmountable amount of comparison. Growing up in a family of four girls, I’m no stranger to the comparison game. However, upon entering law school, I was slightly disturbed by the ways my classmates compared themselves to Read more…

Managing the Monster

By Emily Fruge Before beginning the eye-opening journey that is law school, how many horror stories were you told about how your life would be absolute hell for these next three years? I’m willing to bet that’s the only thing you heard. Nobody bothered to mention how rewarding this experience Read more…




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