Ashley Reed holds a J.D. from Appalachian School of law and a B.A. degree in Politics from Marymount University. She covers law school advice, bar exam tips, and legal careers. Ashley's prior experience includes clerking with the Department of Homeland Security and working at a criminal law office.
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Jumpstarting Your Legal Internship Search: Government Roles
A government internship is a valuable way to develop legal skills and explore potential legal career paths. Read on for tips on applying to these roles.
How To Answer Five Common Legal Interview Questions
The key to nailing your next legal job interview is practicing in advance. Check out these common interview questions and tips on how to approach them.
Establishing Relationships with Your Law School Professors Virtually
Connecting with law school professors is invaluable, but it may seem more difficult if you are remote. Read on for advice on developing these relationships.
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