Our legal community in Orlando has just started to rally. We are helping with translation services for victims’ families that don’t speak English. We are helping with immigration services for victims’ families that don’t reside in the U.S. We are volunteering pro bono hours in family law and probate (and if anyone should need it, in business law too). More than that, I’ve seen so many of my legal colleagues make personal donations, give blood, go to vigils, and give their time to support the first responders, the victims and their families. We are doing what we can, what we know how to do.

Tracking Your Goals During the #BarExam

When you’re studying for the bar exam, it’s easy to become consumed by all of the review, memorization and practice that you’re doing every day. It’s pretty common for things like drinking enough water, getting fresh air, and exercising to completely fall off of the priority list. Remaining a sane and functioning human is not overrated, though. The healthier and more well-adjusted you are physically and mentally (not to mention emotionally), the easier it will be to sit through this exhausting exam without falling apart.

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