This semester, the SCU Internet Law Student Organization (ILSO) is shifting our focus to professional development. You came here to get a job – we’re here to help. Here’s how: New Slack Workspace (Professional Development Goal: Networking) All ILSO student members should have received a link last week to join our new Slack workspace. To […]
“I just want to sue people,” said the prospective law student sitting behind me at the annual LSAC conference. It’s an all too familiar phrase and one that perhaps all of us law students, current and prospective, are guilty of uttering at one time or another. It’s not surprising. Here in the U.S., legal pop […]
Ever wonder what happened to the Windows pinball game from back in the XP days? Turns out like most old software – it’s still around if you know where to look.
If you’re at all familiar with Aaron Sorkin’s HBO show “Newsroom,” you’ve probably seen the famous monologue delivered by main character, Will McAvoy, a brilliant yet cold, brooding, ratings-obsessed nightly news anchor for the fictional Atlantic Cable News (ACN) Network. “It’s not the greatest country in the world,” McAvoy sharply retorts to a naive college […]
My colleagues and I compiled some of these notes last year as we were interviewing for 1L Summer internships with various in-house companies. None of these notes are specific to any one company. Best of luck, be yourself, you’ll be great! 1-24-2019 Prep Notes from Mentors Write down the top 5 things you want to […]
The Internet Law Student Organization (ILSO) started a newsletter this semester for student members to write about anything technology and Internet law/policy. The following is the full version of a discussion with my colleague, Saad Malik, a 1L and student member of ILSO, about content moderation and the state of the Internet. My discussion is […]
I hope this post is helpful in a few ways: 1. in providing insight into what an in-house legal internship at a large tech company looks like; 2. in shedding some light on some alternative career paths that aren’t often higlighted in law school; and 3. in giving an update as to what I’m […]