Author Archives: Chris Tittle

Announcing: The Association of Legal Apprentices

We’ve heard – and experienced – the need for more support for active and aspiring legal apprentices. So a handful of current and recently graduated apprentices are creating the Association of Legal Apprentices, an organization to advance access to the law through education, advocacy, and community-building for legal apprentices and alumni.

We’re still in the forming stage, so stay tuned for more info and our own website in the near future. In the meanwhile, we’re seeking input and potential contributions from all you aspiring, active, and alumni legal apprentices out there!

Take our survey and sign up for updates here!

How to Pass the Bar by Steven DeCaprio

The following is a guest post by Steven DeCaprio, CEO and Founder of Land Action, who recently passed the California Bar Exam after completing the Law Office Study Program. The views and opinions are his and do no necessarily reflect the opinions of other contributors to this site. I thought I would share some of… Continue Reading

Learning the Law in a Changing World

Learning the Law in a Changing World

At SELC, we are dedicated to creating more just and resilient local economies. And increasingly, we are exploring what a more just and resilient practice of law might look like. A critical insight from the wider resilience movement is that we live in a world in transition. Institutions and ways of thinking that developed in… Continue Reading