Access – Invite Them in!
We all know the importance of education and studying. Some fields follow a practical approach. On the other hand, some fields require rigorous studying.
Law is such a subject that requires a lot of studying and research.
But we also know the students have a short concentration span.
Yes, cramming and memorizing books and various law subjects is not possible.
What should be done then?
The best way to learn is through practice. But, how can you practice without getting your license?
What a dilemma!
Here’s a way for practicing lawyers and judges to help: invite the final year law students to various seminars and luncheons.
To gain knowledge.
We all know how seminars, mentoring programs, and meetings go.
A few influential speakers are called. Sometimes they share their experiences; other times, they share their success stories.
What better way to learn than learn from the best?
How to Give Access to Law Students to Various Informational Gatherings?
Here’s a quick list
The first thing is to prioritize. It is better to invite the final year law students to these events as they step into the professional world.
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Joseline J. Hardrick is the Founder and President of Diversity Access Pipeline, Inc. She is also an author, professor, and lawyer and resides in Tampa Bay, Florida. Guest bloggers are students in the Journey to Esquire® Scholarship & Leadership Program.