Wednesday, March 20, 2024

Preparing for a Career in the Legal Profession: For High School and College Students Interested in Becoming Lawyers by Laurie Robinson Haden



Dear Readers:

In the ever-evolving landscape of legal education and career planning, Laurie Robinson Haden stands out as a guiding light with her latest book, "Preparing for a Career in the Legal Profession: For High School and College Students Interested in Becoming Lawyers." Released on March 19, 2024, this indispensable guide offers a comprehensive roadmap for aspiring lawyers, providing them with the essential tools and knowledge to navigate their journey toward a successful legal career.

Laurie Robinson Haden, a seasoned legal professional with a wealth of experience, shares her profound insights and practical advice to empower the next generation of legal luminaries. From mastering the LSAT to making informed decisions about law schools and practice areas, Haden covers every crucial aspect of the pre-law journey. Her book is not just a treasure trove of information but a beacon of inspiration, encouraging readers to pursue their legal aspirations with confidence and determination.

For those intrigued by the allure of the legal profession, Haden's book offers a deep dive into the myriad career paths and opportunities awaiting in the field. Through a detailed exploration of internships, mentorships, and networking strategies, readers will gain a nuanced understanding of what it takes to thrive in the legal world. Moreover, Haden's emphasis on self-reflection and personal growth underscores the importance of aligning one's values and passions with their career choices.

Whether you are a high school student contemplating a future in law or a college student eager to chart your course in the legal landscape, "Preparing for a Career in the Legal Profession" is an essential companion on your journey. Let Laurie Robinson Haden's wisdom and expertise guide you toward a fulfilling and successful career in law, empowering you to make a meaningful impact in the world of justice. Embrace this opportunity to lay a solid foundation for your legal aspirations and embark on a path toward achieving your dreams. Order your copy today!

Best regards,

Dr. Mel


Preparing for a Career in the Legal Profession: For High School and College Students Interested in Becoming Lawyers

Discover essential pre-law advice, from preparing for the LSAT to choosing a law school and practice area. Explore career options, internships, and valuable insights to kickstart your legal aspirations. Empower your future in the world of law.

Product Details

  • ASIN: ‎ B0CYM21G8Q
  • Language : ‎ English
  • Paperback: ‎ 62 pages
  • ISBN-13: ‎ 979-8894011103
  • Item Weight: ‎ 5.1 ounces
  • Dimensions: ‎ 6 x 0.14 x 9 inches


Laurie Robinson Haden is the President and CEO of Corporate Counsel Women of Color (CCWC), which she created in 2004 to advance women of color attorneys and foster diversity, equity, and inclusion in the legal profession. In addition to her impactful work at CCWC, which now includes helping women of color entrepreneurs scale their for-profit businesses, Laurie served for nearly two decades in multiple leadership roles at CBS Corporation, including Senior Vice President and Assistant General Counsel. Laurie has been recognized by Lawyer of Color as one of the “Top Ten Black Lawyers of the Decade” and by Savoy magazine as one of the country’s “Most Influential Black Lawyers.” Recently, she was honored with the Humanitarian Award by the New York City Bar Association and the United Nations. Laurie has certificates in entertainment media management from New York University and diversity and inclusion from Yale School of Management and Cornell University. She served on the board of the NAACP Legal Defense Fund for seven years and serves on the board of visitors of Indiana University School of Law Bloomington and North Carolina Central University Law School, where she serves as chair of the board. Laurie received her Bachelor of Arts from North Carolina Central University (magna cum laude) and her Juris Doctor from Indiana University School of Law Bloomington.