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Sunday, September 24, 2017
A New Semester Means New Things For The Moot Court Honor Society
By Mahsa Kashkooly, 2L | National Current Events, TJSL, Student Org News
The Moot Court Honor Society is not just about bettering one’s advocacy skills, but also taking those skills and giving back to the...
Restaurant Review: Blue Water Seafood Market and Grill
By Melanie Anderson, 3L | Opinions, Food Review
While living in Washington, D.C. this summer I somehow ended up watching “Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives” on The Food Network Channel. For...
Nice Study Abroad 2015
By Blake Baxter | Opinions, TJSL
Professor Susan Tiefenbrun runs what may be one of the best study abroad programs out there. Based out of the Nice University's Law School...
Want to Be Editor in Chief? What about Managing Editor?
By Lauren Audette | TJSL, Featured Stories at TJSL, Student Org News
Help us continue publishing our law school newspaper by volunteering for our Jeffersonian positions! For the first time, and upon...
TJSL Intramural Basketball
By Chris Arce | TJSL, Student Org News, Sports
Intramural athletics has brought some excitement in years past but this basketball season might have topped them off. The competiveness of...
By Katie Smith | TJSL, Featured Stories at TJSL, Student Org News
The Student Bar Association (SBA) is holding elections soon and is hoping for a great group of people to run for positions. You might be...
Moot Courters Bloom with a Wide Range of Competitions
By Mahsa Kashkooly | TJSL, Featured Stories at TJSL, Student Org News
The TJSL Moot Court Honor Society had an eventful semester filled with plenty of hard work, determination, and travel. Moot Courters went...
Diversity Week: April 6 - 10
By Michelle Evenson | TJSL, Featured Stories at TJSL, Student Org News
TJSL has been hosting Diversity Week for as long as Professor Maurice Dyson can remember. “We work to highlight the contributions and...
The "Black Tax"
By Precious Harrison-Cobb | Current Events, National Current Events, Opinions, Sports
Students, faculty, and alumni of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) gather annually in Charlotte, North Carolina for a...
"Blurred Lines" Sampling Clear by Verdict
By Brittany Brewer | Opinions, Entertainment
Listening to your favorite song(s) on the radio you may instantly notice a song from decades ago that your parents or grandparents use to...