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Starting Your Law Journey: How to Get Into Law School

Ever find yourself thinking, “If Elle Woods did it, so can I?” Sorority president, 179 LSAT score and impeccable fashion—she makes for quite a tough act to follow. I have good news for you. Even though we can’t all be as fantastic as Elle Woods, we can still find a place in law school. All…

College Magazine’s Top 10 Colleges for Sports Law for 2020

If you want a career in sports law, check out some of the best programs in the U.S. From internship opportunities to sports law journals to renowned alumni to student-faculty ratio, a top-notch sports law program needs a lot. So if you wanna find your career working with big franchise teams or leagues like the…

Senate vs. The House of Representative Elections: What’s the Difference?

Once you gain a better understanding on what Congress is and what it takes to become a member, let’s talk about everyone’s favorite topic: elections. When we think about elections, we immediately think about the presidential election, or the train wreck that happens every four years. That monstrosity isn’t the only election that we should…

Delay university term until on-campus testing ready, says Labour

The government should consider delaying the start of some university terms until mass testing is available on campuses, Labour has said, as thousands of students were confined to their halls of residence following outbreaks. In a letter to the education secretary, Gavin Williamson, his Labour shadow, Kate Green, said: “The key to students staying safe…

‘Covid is a social crisis’: the university staff and students filling...

As far as work experience goes, Pryanka Shergill’s CV punches above the rest: a second-year law student, she recently trained as a legal companion and already has a handful of cases under her belt. “It’s been an emotional journey,” she says. Shergill is one of several undergraduate students to volunteer their time with a pioneering…

We’re making a right mess of our right to free expression

This month, the former home secretary Amber Rudd was invited to give a speech to UN Women Oxford UK, an Oxford University student society, to celebrate International Women’s Day. Thirty minutes before the event, Rudd was “disinvited” and the event cancelled. Last week, the university “deregistered” the student society for breaking free-speech regulations. Both decisions…

A Check out the Life of a Prisoner

We know our readers here at College Magazine have diverse interests in their academic pursuits, so we have decided to compile information for those interested in pursuing degrees in criminal justice, criminology and maybe even political science for our activists. We know many people have a passion for justice, and because of that, we want…

Buhari, Service Chiefs and the Law: Checking out the Commander-in-Chief’s mind

President Buhari receives Service Chiefs in Salah …President should not be pushed – Buratai By Kingsley Omonobi Since the return of Nigeria to democratic rule in 1999, after decades of military regime, never in the history of the armed forces has the nation witnessed the type of animated controversy generated by the call to sack…

You Owe Yourself a 2nd Opportunity, Even When You Believe You...

Ah, the LSAT. If you’ve thought about going to law school, you know what I’m talking about. Just like the SAT for high school students, the MCAT for medical students or the GRE for students wanting to go to grad school, these tests are the biggest bridge between you and your higher education. So, what…

What is an Excellent LSAT Rating and How Do I Get...

So, you want to go to law school, but you don’t know where to start. Don’t worry, College Magazine has you covered. Thinking about law school stresses out even the most prepared student, and when you don’t know what to do, you stress even more. Never fear, we talked to advisors and admissions staff so…

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