Speakers: Professor Adrian Walters, Professor Dawn Young, Vicki Ryan
Location: Virtual via Zoom
Grade anxiety is real and looming. This Zoom conversation with faculty, career services, and students to discusses grades, what they may mean for future employment, and how students can continue to improve and succeed.
Professor Adrian provides a perspective as a teacher of 1L core courses, Dawn Young provides academic resources, and Vicki Ryan of Career Services discusses job options and prospects. We also have upper-level students provide perspectives on their own experiences.
BLSA, in partnership with APALSA, First-Gen, HLLSA, MLSA, and Women in Law, welcomes Pepperdine Professor Peter T. Wendel to lead a workshop focused on tips, study strategies, and note-taking methods catered towards first-year law students.
Statistics show that individuals with higher emotional intelligence are happier at work and in their personal lives, experience better success in collaborative settings, and have higher self-regulation, empathy, self-awareness, motivation, and social skills.
Speakers: Whitney Schmidt, Briana Mayes, Robert Szyba, Marlin Duro
The First-Generation Law Student Association invites you to join us for a panel with four Seyfarth Shaw LLP attorneys who will guide us through career exploration, networking, and provide valuable advice to students navigating the legal field.
Students will be given the opportunity to ask questions and network with panelists. (more…)
At the information session, Chicago-Kent students who have participated in the JIOP judicial internship program and the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) diversity program will discuss their experiences applying to and interviewing for these programs, and working with a judge or corporation over the summer.