The Political Science Department congratulates Su Jung Choi, Marissa Gallaway, Jessica Grega, Elvin Hardwick, Rachel Hill, and Natalie Thomas on their recent induction into Pi Sigma Alpha, the national political science honor society. … [Read more...] about Pi Sigma Alpha Induction
Jason Langford, B.S. Political Science, 2003, offers some thoughts on law school and the law market. If you’re considering law school, as a great many political science majors do, I’d urge you to think long and hard about that decision. While the law can undoubtedly be a path to a rewarding career, it is a challenging one that needs to be carefully considered. The … [Read more...] about Considering Law School? Consider These Points.
Jason Langford, B.S. Political Science, 2003, has recently joined the firm of Troutman Pepper Sanders Hamilton LLP, an AmLaw top 50 firm. He is an associate in the firm’s corporate practice group, where he primarily practices in the area of securities regulation. Jason is focused on helping domestic and foreign issuers comply with the disclosure obligations and … [Read more...] about An Update From Jason Langford
Asserting that security "means more than guns and rockets," Emeritus Professor of Political Science, Dr. Dennis Hickey, argues that the United States is obligated to help Taiwan confront the threat of COVID-19. You can read the full article in The Diplomat. … [Read more...] about More than “Guns and Rockets”
Writing for the National Jurist's preLaw magazine, veteran pre-law advisor, Hilary Mantis, notes that "the application fees, the processing fees, the LSAT test fees, and the LSAT test prep course fees can easily add up to well over $1,000." Not to worry because Hilary offers 5 Ways to Save. … [Read more...] about Lowering the Cost of Law School Application