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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 […]






 

Energy Drinks: What’s the Verdict?

Energy drinks. They look good on the shelf and taste good on your lips. But their claims sound too good to be true. Which begs the question: Can a canned liquid concoction really provide a healthy energy boost? The short answer is no, they can’t. Popping open an energy drink offers the promise of an […]






 

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Revising Your First Exam: A How To Guide

This is it: exam season. Your final grade comes down to an entire semester’s worth of cases, decisions, legal principals and reading materials. It can be a wild ride—especially if this is your first rodeo. How you do it will likely depend on your exam-preparation strategy and your exam-preparation strategy should depend on how you’ve […]






 

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A Law Student’s Guide to Finally Stop Procrastinating

Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, happy hour, reality television, Vine—and repeat. Does this sound like you? Or are you more of a snack-nap-iTunes-Vine kind of procrastinator? Either way, you know you’re doing it: You’re procrastinating. Procrastination is the thief of time. One minute you’re settling in to do the hard, sometimes mundane, work of briefing cases, reviewing […]






 

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Law Student Care Packages: A Mid Semester Push

“No man is an island.” These words were written by John Donne, and English writer and lawyer who lived about 500 years ago. For people who love and care about law school students, the quote is as important to remember today as it was when it was originally written. It’s no secret that law school […]






 

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Being an Overachiever: is There a Limit?

How far would you go to be the best? Would you cheat? Steal? Hide your classmates’ textbooks? Of course not, those actions are unethical and possibly illegal. Not to mention you’d be on the wrong side of the ABA’s Model Rules of Professional Conduct—and that could cost you your license to practice or at the […]






 

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Unusual Resources for your Biggest Law Assignments

You know the drill. The professor writes the assignment on the white board, and you reach for a casebook, law journal or legal opinion–all of which are adequate resources that can certainly help you find an answer. But will they help you find the right answer for the right circumstances? There are no absolute right […]






 

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Home vs School: What is Your Study Spot?

Is there really such thing as a “home couch advantage” when it comes to studying for law school? It’s a question many students have wrestled with over the years. And now that winter is in full effect, packing up, driving to campus and making your way to the library can be a cold, blustery and […]






 

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