Law Students, It’s Okay to Not Be Okay During the Coronavirus Pandemic
COVID-19 has impacted life as we know it across the globe. For law students in particular, the pandemic has caused a number of challenges and disappointments. Intense emotions like anxiety, sadness, and anger are completely normal—and it's okay to adjust your goals and expectations to prioritize your mental health needs.
5 Ways to Make a Setback the Best Thing That Ever Happened to You
We put so much focus on success, yet setbacks often unlock the door to our best work. Here are five ways to learn from past failures and find lasting success.
6 Biggest Challenges of Working from Home and How to Overcome Them
Working remotely has its perks. But it also has its disadvantages. Here are six common issues faced by remote workers and tips for coping with them.
Lessons from a Leadership Coach on Navigating Business After COVID-19
Over 50% of American jobs are threatened by COVID-19. We interviewed a leadership coach to learn how businesses and employees can proactively navigate a crisis.
3 Fast-Growing Healthcare Career Paths That Don’t Require Medical Training
If you’re interested in working in healthcare but don’t think a clinical job is right for you, here are three of the fastest growing alternative career paths in healthcare.
Five Legal Practice Areas to Research in the Wake of COVID-19
Selecting a practice area is an important step in developing your future career as a lawyer. Here are five practice areas that will likely become more relevant than ever in light of the coronavirus outbreak—use your time at home to read up.
Containing the Crisis: A CEO Discusses the Economic Impact of COVID-19 [Part 2]
Congress passed a $2 trillion stimulus bill to aid those affected by COVID-19. We continue our interview with Nicholas Wyman on the pandemic's economic fallout.