Feb 09

It might be obvious to say, but sleep is really important. No, really. It’s really important. We all know that it is important to get a good night’s sleep, yet most of us do not get adequate sleep at night. The average adult needs 7-9 hours of sleep each night. This, by the way, does not count the minutes/hours spent lying in bed awake, reading, thinking about your day, making to-do lists, etc. I have often had the thought, “Wouldn’t it be great if I only needed an hour of sleep a night? I could be so productive!” This mentality frames sleep as a barrier to productivity. The reality is, adequate sleep is what allows us to be productive in the first place. Continue reading »

Feb 02

How can I respect someone who doesn’t respect me? How can I be respectful toward someone who is being aggressive or rude toward me? These are common questions many of us ask when we are faced with the challenge of interacting with people who are not following the Golden Rule. Whether you are 45 or 16, it can be difficult to show someone respect when the other person is doing anything but (whether that be your parent, your child, a supervisor, or opposing counsel).

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Jan 22

The sooner we can help anyone struggling with the demands of the legal profession, the better.

We’ve added a playlist on our YouTube channel with a series of videos featuring Suffolk Law’s Dean of Students, Laura Ferrari, in which she explains how LCL helps law school students both on campus and off, and how law school administrators can think about bringing LCL’s services to their students.

If you’re a law school administrator, watch this full feature:

And if you’re a law student, we’ve pulled some highlights for you here:

And you can get straight to any of the below issues with these clips:

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