Reshaping the Law of Work – Sharon Block, Harvard Law School

Opening keynote speech of the Reshaping Work 2022 Conference. The RW 2022 conference combines two exciting phenomena (Platform Economy and AI at Work) in an event that brings multiple stakeholders such as academics, law and policymakers, worker representatives, and technology companies together in a unique location along the Keizersgracht in Amsterdam. For both topics, we… Continue reading Reshaping the Law of Work – Sharon Block, Harvard Law School

Where you (maybe) shouldn't go to law school.

Attending law school is an incredibly expensive, serious, and life-changing decision. In the US where many law schools are under (or frankly, not) regulated, schools will do anything they can to convince you to attend, only to take your money, graduate you with less-than-ideal job prospects, and go on their merry way. There is nothing… Continue reading Where you (maybe) shouldn't go to law school.

Law School Rankings

How to Use the U.S. News Rankings to Choose a Law School. In this video, the Lawyer You Know Peter Tragos goes through how the U.S. News Ranks law schools and what he thinks are the most important categories to consider. Have more law school or legal questions for the Lawyer You Know? Drop them… Continue reading Law School Rankings

How to build your resume for law school

Let’s talk about the ideal things you should target in your resume for landing the law school acceptance of your dreams. ──────────── Sub for quality content for free each week 😉 Join Me In The Fight For Positive Mental Health 🥊 🗣 Discord – juliansarafian 📸 Instagram – juliansarafian 🎵 TikTok – juliansarafian 🎮 Twitch… Continue reading How to build your resume for law school

Democracy: a Harvard Law School Lecture Series | Session 3: Social Media and Democracy

A Nov. 15 panel on Social Media and Democracy featuring Nate Persily (Stanford Law), Jamal Greene (Columbia Law), and Tristan Harris (Center for Humane Technology), moderated by Harvard Law School Professor Lawrence Lessig. In the last few years, politicians, activists, academics, among many others, have become increasingly concerned about the role of social media in… Continue reading Democracy: a Harvard Law School Lecture Series | Session 3: Social Media and Democracy

Harvard Law School Vlog: last week of class! ft. law school journals, studying for finals + more!

Harvard Law School Vlog: last week of class! ft. a suits cameo, law school journals, studying for finals, more lunch talks and more free stuff! Here’s a great article on DA, now US Attorney Rollins!: Hi Everyone! Happy New Year! Sorry for the delay with this vlog, I just wasn’t happy with where it was… Continue reading Harvard Law School Vlog: last week of class! ft. law school journals, studying for finals + more!

Harvard Law School Application Tips

This video proves some tips on your law school diversity statement/optional essay, personal statement, LSAT/GRE, and recommendation letters! The goal of this series is to help students connect with potential mentors, explore different career opportunities, and collect information for evaluating different schools. Comment anything you want to see covered in a future video e.g. students… Continue reading Harvard Law School Application Tips

Harvard Law School Rappaport Forum | Stare Decisis and Roe v. Wade

On December 1, the Supreme Court heard oral argument in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization. The question presented requires the Court to determine whether to reaffirm or overrule, in whole or in part, its decisions in Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey, which recognize a constitutional right to previability abortion. This Fall’s… Continue reading Harvard Law School Rappaport Forum | Stare Decisis and Roe v. Wade