The bar exam is difficult, requires many hours of study, and heaps of information to memorize. Here are some tested methods to help you pass.
The COVID-19 pandemic presents novel problems for teams and businesses across the world to complete their work that, while social distancing and stay-at-home orders may have slowed, did not halt entirely as people still need essential services and their critical operations to continue. Social distancing and stay-at-home measures urged by the WHO, CDC, and Continue Reading
There’s never a dull day on Twitter, folks. Many woke up this morning to a surprising hashtag being attached to the name of one Californian GOP operative who’s been making headlines a lot over these past 2 years. Surprising though it isn’t, congressional representative Devin Nunes is suffering from a bout of the Streisand effect Continue Reading
I remember spending about an hour to read ten pages during my first semester of law school, on a good day, and was always wondering if there was a faster way to go about it. Today, I spend far less time reading for law school, as well as reading in general, but still manage to read each assigned case.
You know what the “E” in email stands for, right? “Evidence.” Just because someone has their online social media profiles and Tweets on “Private” so that their boss, LinkedIn contacts, and Aunt Becky can’t see embarrassing selfies and pictures of them at parties with cans of Bud Lite in their hand doesn’t mean that info is Continue Reading