Block on Trump's Asylum Ban Upheld by Supreme Court
Summer isn't like it once was, when you were a young kid or even just an undergrad. Long, slow summer days are replaced by all-nighters as an associate. And if you're still a law student, life isn't that much better. Lazy days at the beach are harder to come by, what with all the bar prep or summer associate work.
But that doesn't mean you can't still have fun. Here are our top tips for enjoying a little bit of sun and fun while still keeping on top of your lawyerly duties.
There's something special about a good read in the sunshine, whether you're delving in to a beach read during an ocean-side vacation or just having a light read on the weekend. Here are five books we think all legal professionals will enjoy.
You'd rather be taking the kids to the pool, hiking through the mountains, or sipping some rosé in an exotic locale -- whatever it is you want to do this summer, it certainly isn't work. But you don't have to let the summer steal away your productivity.
If the summer sun doesn't bring a smile to your face, well, you might not be alone. Many people, lawyers and non-lawyers alike, can struggle to keep a positive attitude at work. These easy tips might make workplace happiness a little easier to find.
Want to get away from it all, but not too far away from the law? Consider a slightly legal-themed vacation, like checking out the OJ Simpson chase route in Los Angeles or Al Capone's old haunts in Chicago.
Are OJ and Al Capone a bit too casual for you? Try a serious law-nerd vacation instead, checking out the International Court of Justice in the Netherlands or the Magna Carta in England.
A summer associate position can be a stressful thing. After all, it really is a season-long interview. But it has its perks too, whether it's the impressive pay or the fancy after work events.
Alright, you can't have too much fun studying for the bar exam. But once you're done? Go wild. Here are our five top post-bar recommendations.
Meeting with a lawyer can help you understand your options and how to best protect your rights. Visit our attorney directory to find a lawyer near you who can help.
Sign into your Legal Forms and Services account to manage your estate planning documents.Sign In
Create an account allows to take advantage of these benefits: