Posts tagged "law school"

The Civil Rights Act Now Covers Protections For Transgender Individuals

The Justice Department is now interpreting the Civil Rights Act to include protections for transgender people. (The Grio) The Miss World Pageant is no longer including the bikini portion. (The Independent) Nonviolent drug criminals who are serving bloated sentences that they wouldn’t be serving under the 2010 Fair Sentencing Act might be eligible…
By: Rebecca Vipond Brink / December 20, 2014

8 Reasons Elle Woods Is A True Role Model

Whenever I’m dealing with something really hard and get to that point we’ve all been to where seriously think I can’t get past whatever the current brick wall may be, I ask myself, “What would Elle Woods do?” Seriously. I do this. All the time. She is a true model and handles challenges with class.
By: Claire Hannum / October 18, 2013

Kickass Woman Of The Day: The Youngest Person To Ever Pass The Bar, Gabrielle Turnquest

American student Gabrielle Turnquest was recently called to the Bar of England and Wales after passing her Bar exams. This is a great achievement for anyone, but Turnquest happens to be a little more impressive than the average person to pass the Bar exams.  She just happens to be 18 years old, making her the…
By: Mary Odell / August 3, 2013

Unemployed Law Student Asks College For A Refund

You've worked hard through grad school, but when you're ready to graduate there are NO jobs in your field. Should you get a refund on your school tuition? It's a radical thought, but that's what one student at Boston College is proposing. The anonymous student wrote a letter to the dean of Boston College Law…
By: Julie Gerstein / October 26, 2010

Quotable: Law School Made Judge Judy “Mad And Tough”

"Some of the professors treated [a woman] as if you were a skunk at a lawn party and you were there as a hobby. Sometimes that takes your spirit away, and sometimes it makes you tougher. It made me mad and tough. There were a lot of schmucky guys in my class who were going…
By: Jessica Wakeman / March 4, 2010