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From the Desk of the Editor in Chief

By: Peter Askin Editor in Chief Welcome back to another year! The Law News hopes your semester started out well, and that you use our paper as a reprieve from

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From the Desk of… the Journal of Civil Rights and Social Justice (JCRSJ)

By: Erica Sieg, 3L JCRSJ Editor in Chief On Friday, November 10, 2017, the Washington and Lee Journal of Civil Rights and Social Justice (JCRSJ) will host its annual Symposium,

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Why GRIT Is Not A Four Letter Word

Cliff Jarrett Assistant Dean of Career Strategy Ask any 3L or any 2L who has just finished with law firm interviews, how many times they have been rejected by a

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Can “Billables” Die?

By: Emily Kendall, 1L Contributing Writer The billable hour: as synonymous to legal practice in American culture as are John Grisham novels or excessive drinking. Yet, for several years, there’s

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Summer Job Success: Wise Words?

By: Cliff Jarrett Dean of Career Services You can find dozens of articles and other advice online about how to make your summer job successful (or at least not an epic

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Askin’ Askin

By: Peter Askin, 2L Friday Night Ethics Advisor “Hi Peter, I’m having trouble deciding what I should do to celebrate the end of my law finals. Any ideas? – YOLO23,

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Law Tech

By: Ben Hartless Law Tech Columnist I noticed this year that I’ve had an influx of folks coming to my office stating they have a slow computer or their battery

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From the Desk of the Editor in Chief

By: Peter Askin, 2L Editor in Chief It is with great honor that I will be taking over the Editor in Chief position of the Washington & Lee Law News.