Category Archives: School

Group Projects: How to Lead without Doing All of the Work

Let’s face it- group projects are something that we all dread. It can be difficult to align expectations, and ultimately responsibilities usually fall on just one or two group members. Rather than taking on the brunt of the work at the last minute, set your group up for success in seven quick steps. Continue reading Group Projects: How to Lead without Doing All of the Work

Why You Should Ask Why

As a young professional, you are fairly new to the workplace and are eager to learn the tricks of the trade in your industry. Take this time in your career to act as a sponge, soaking up all of the knowledge you can and exploring your interests. During this time, your mind is malleable and lots of more seasoned professionals will be around to offer you words of wisdom. Listening is only half the battle, however. In order gain the most out of any interaction, whether it be a seminar, meeting, or casual conversation, it is important to ask “why”. Probe for understanding and you’ll gain more than expected. Here’s why: Continue reading Why You Should Ask Why

Why You Should Crave Constructive Criticism

Criticism can be tough, and let’s face it, no one really likes to be told they’re not perfect. You have worked long and hard on a project for work or school, and turned it in perfectly. All of your I’s are dotted and all of your T’s are crossed. However, rather than receiving praise for your work, you are met with a load of comments and revisions. This may not be the response you were looking for, but it may be the response you need to make you better at what you do. Continue reading Why You Should Crave Constructive Criticism

10 Missed Opportunities College Graduates Regret

Many people describe college as the best time of their lives, but the case still remains that four years is a very short period of time to figure your life out. Although it may be the time that many people explore their passions, there is still a lot that can be done to actualize those passions. That being said, many college students miss out on very easy opportunities to create value and incite meaning in their lives and careers. Below is a list of 10 things recent graduates regret not doing during their time in college. Continue reading 10 Missed Opportunities College Graduates Regret

Being Productive on Your Day Off

It’s understandable that you want for your vacation days to be spent, well…vacationing. However, there are a lot of ways to be productive during your time off work that aren’t mentally taxing. To help you along, we have compiled a list of five ways you can use your time away from the office to your benefit. Continue reading Being Productive on Your Day Off

The Life of a Law Student: the Good, the Bad, and the Unexpected

In this edition of Student Insights, we spoke with eight current students to understand what it is really like to be in law school. Overall, we noticed that experience really differs by school, but one thing all of these students had in common was hard work and long hours at the library. Continue reading The Life of a Law Student: the Good, the Bad, and the Unexpected

10 Things to Consider Before Choosing a Graduate School

So you are in the process of applying to graduate school, or maybe you have been accepted and are deciding on what school to attend. Many students choose a school based on name or prestige. While this is a credible consideration, it should not be a deciding factor. Graduate school marks the next step of your career and it is important to make it count. To ensure that the program you choose will help you reach your professional goals, you want to keep these things in mind. Continue reading 10 Things to Consider Before Choosing a Graduate School