Summer Work/Play

    During the summer law students either work at a paying job, take part in an extern/internship program, attend summer school, or do nothing but play and enjoy themselves!  Summer work or extern/internships can turn out to be just the boost that some students need after two semesters of books and no hands-on work.  By putting what you've learned to work, you may find a renewed energy for the law.  Just seeing first hand what lawyers do may excite you and fuel the remainder of your law school career.