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Did you know that you don't have to spend your time in law school worrying about the bar exam? According to David Stoll from the Princeton Review, you should take classes that are interesting you. In other words, law school is about making the legal system fun for yourself and about designing your own education. The three-month bar review will prepare you for the big exam. He also adds that if you find a professor you like, pursue that professor's other courses. A great law professor will bring any aspect of legalese to life. Read More
How does an entrepreneur generate a winning concept or product? Where is the next big idea going to come from? While we can't tell you what it will be or who it will belong to, it's a fair bet that the earliest stages of the idea will stem from a brainstorming session. Sarah Bishop from StartingBloc says that there are two central rules to establishing a super productive brainstorming session: 1. No Negativity 2. Enforce Time Limits.
The goal is to set expectations. Time limits help keep a group focused on ideas. A "no negative responses" rule helps keep a group on track. Read More
On the lab tables are dissection dishes burdened with large gray masses, which are covered with damp paper towels. Stations are prepared with tweezers, small surgical priers, sharpie markers, safety goggles and nametags. Students are also provided lab coats. Read More