Elizabeth Chamblee Burch is a Chair of Law at the University of Georgia School of Law. She is visiting Harvard Law School for the fall semester, when she will teach Civil Procedure to Section 5 and a class on mass torts.

Five First-Year Survival Tips

Law is a web, not a silo. You’ve surely noticed by now that your first year of law school is divided into discrete subjects — civil procedure, criminal law, property, torts, contracts, and legislation and regulation. This is a necessary, but artificial creation. Most lawyers will go their entire careers without having a client walk […]