TBA Law Blog

Posted by: Suzanne Craig Robertson on Apr 1, 2014

Journal Issue Date: Apr 2014

Journal Name: April 2014 - Vol. 50, No. 4

Last fall, The Law Launch Project began following 15 members of the Class of 2014 as they wrap up law school and prepare to be lawyers. Let’s check in on what they’re saying. Read more at http://tbalawlaunch.wordpress.com

Pass it and they call me a lawyer. Fail it and they tell me better luck next time (Ouch!).

I like to believe that people making hiring decisions
are also taking a long view in which looking out for
the interests of their firms involve considering not
only whether applicants can do the jobs but also
whether the jobs will be good ones for those young lawyers.

The focus now is to pass the Bar exam.

The end of the tunnel is drawing near, and other than a quick roadblock called the bar, life as a lawyer waits on the other side.

I?am surrounded by extraordinary people.

We just finished what we hope
are the last law school midterms
we will ever have to take.
And boy are we glad that mess is over.

My twenty years of education is coming to an end.

One thing that I’ve enjoyed about my final year
has been an opportunity to read books that
don’t appear on a syllabus.
What’s on your list?

Law Office Management Course:
The professor is doing a
great job at teaching and scaring
those wanting to start out of their own.