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Prepping for Law School During the Summer

Successful Law Career

Ah the lazy days of summer. Fluffy white clouds drifting pleasantly across the sky. Crystal-clear water lapping at your toes. Time standing still. No responsibilities. No pressure. Nothing to prepare for each day—unless you’re heading to law school this fall. For rising law school students, summer vacation is a unicorn, a fallacy, something that only […]






 

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What You Can Do to Prevent Being on Law School Academic Probation

Last year, in May of 2014, FindMyLawTutor.com was fortunate enough to meet the talented and charismatic Jessica Deller, then a third year at Western State Law School who worked as a Dean’s Fellow for the 1st and 2nd year law students who were on academic probation. We were able to conduct an interview with her […]






 

What is Law School Really Like?

What is law school really like?  What is the admissions process really like?  Well, we got the LowDown (or the LawDown rather…) with Law School LowDown author Ian Scott. While making the decision to go to law school may be easy, the process of getting into law school and getting through law school is not […]






 

How Much Can I Save in Renting Versus Buying My Law School Books!?

Recently students have asked FindMyLawTutor.com should I rent or buy my law school books?       Law school can certainly be expensive and this is a valid question.  Students can run up bills in the hundreds of thousands of dollars very quickly and students should keep costs down as much as possible while they […]






 

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Graduated from Law School? Make sure you “Add” all your Law School Classmates!

Maybe you felt like your classmates were competitive and they bragged about their grades. Maybe you didn’t make Law Review and you had an embarrassing Moot Court experience. Maybe you just didn’t like law school. Maybe you are glad that law school is over and you don’t want to keep in contact with anyone from […]






 

How to Maximize Your Productivity in Law School

Law School Tutoring and Productivity

Every student is bound to encounter lapses in their overall productivity. Law school students are especially prone to this, due to their extraneous amounts of class materials. But, the key to maximizing productivity doesn’t necessarily lie in hard work; it lies in working smart and balancing school and life efficiently. Plan Planning and laying out […]






 

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What to Expect as a 1L

Expect to get called on in class, and expect it to feel like an interrogation. Expect to have too much reading to do and not enough time to do it. Expect to feel nervous, confused, anxious, and angry. In the end, though, you can ultimately expect to feel proud and relieved. What you shouldn’t expect […]






 

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Are You The _____ Law School Student?

Ask any law school professor and he or she will tell you that every cohort they see includes five distinct types of students. None is particularly better than the other, but understanding where you fit in can help you work more successfully with others in your section. Here’s a look at the five types of […]






 

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Employment After Law School: The Cold Truth

It’s ugly out there. That’s the cold, hard truth for recent law school graduates looking for jobs. Sure, some still get the six-figure starting salaries with prestigious firms, but most don’t. And you likely won’t either. Stings a little, doesn’t it? But if you’re in law school, it’s nothing you haven’t already heard. The rumblings […]






 

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Summer Fun or Summer School: Why School is the Better Choice

Beer, beaches and boats or more casebooks and the occasional study break? As spring semester winds down and you finish your exams, you may find yourself weighing the pros and cons of taking the summer off versus enrolling in summer school. Before you make any exam-induced decisions, consider the following: It doesn’t necessarily have to […]






 

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