Four students respond to some of the most asked questions about being in the law faculty, and their responses are humorous and insightful. Interestingly 3 of the 4 students are lawyers representing their rights to talent for musicians and other artists. When they saw artists sign bad contracts and contracts, they made the decision. They wanted to change this unfair advantage, and also help artists to understand the contract they have signed and to get better terms and conditions for publishing their work. Interestingly, none of the panellists had legal jobs, like a criminal lawyer.
They also provided answers to questions about the requirements to be a student at the law school. They covered the following information:
Excellent marks on the LSAT
Providing a personal statement.
Fair requirements are important.
Another inquiry was about why some people seemed to get more severe sentences than others.
others. The sentence for crimes isn’t guaranteed and depends on the type of crime. Watch!