After watching way too many law students drift through three years of school — only to be unceremoniously ejected into the cold, cruel world at the end — our August blog theme seemed fairly obvious: Project managing your law school career.
Why? Because no one is going to do it for you! You’re the master of your own career, so time to get with the program.
What will be covered?
As any good project manager knows, you have to keep all the balls in the air while still maintaining positive momentum towards the ultimate goal. Easier said than done.
This month, we’ll talk about the nitty–gritty aspects of time management and getting stuff done, but also about larger topics such as setting useful goals and nailing down your own definitions of success.
Because, if you don’t know where you’re going, how are you going to get there?!?
We’ve also got some good guest posts lined up (and we’re always open to ideas), so stay tuned!
Everything you need to know to keep your law school career on track is coming right up.
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Are there specific topics related to this theme you would like to see us write about? Just leave a comment and we’ll see what we can do.
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