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Does Everyone Really Need to Prepare for the LSAT?

If there’s one thing I can promise you about the Litigious Quest you’re embarking upon, it’s this: When you walk into Your Dream Law School on Day 1, there’s going to be some guy there who claims he didn’t even prep for the LSAT. You’ll know him by the snooty lilt to his voice. (He’ll […]


The Second Time Around: 9 Tips for Retaking the Bar Exam

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Learning that you did not pass the bar exam is one of the more discouraging moments of your career.  After three years of law school and hours of studying to prepare for the bar exam, the prospect of having to take it again is hard to swallow.  While it may be difficult, it is important […]


New York Bar Exam Review Course Options

Students preparing for the New York Bar Exam are faced with one of the most difficult bar exams in the country.  The overall pass rate for the July, 2014 exam was 65%.  Some of you unfortunately received your bar results on October 27, 2015 and were faced with the bad news of not passing the […]


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 […]


Finding Scholarships for Law School

Law school is expensive.  This is not news.  In addition to the cost of tuition, law school case books and other materials can add up to thousands of dollars over a 3 year period.  Plus, there are living expenses such as rent, utilities and food.  Of course, student loans are available.  However, the prospect of […]


The Baby Bar: Some Helpful Tips

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If you attend a law school that is not accredited by the American Bar Association, after your first year of law school you will have to take the First-Year Law Students’ Examination commonly referred to as the “Baby Bar.”   In order to get credit for your law school course work, you must pass the […]


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 […]


First Legal Job? Go “Beyond Doc Review”

FindMyLawTutor.com was recently invited to attend the “Beyond Doc Review” discussion by famed criminal defense attorney, Louis Shapiro.  Mr. Shapiro is a dynamic criminal law attorney in Los Angeles and has represented numerous clients in cases ranging from DUI to more serious offenses such as child molestation, kidnapping, sexual assault, and homicide.  Most recently, Mr. […]


Should LSAT Tutors Be Allowed to Take the LSAT?

As the LSAT registration closes in three weeks for the October 2015 LSAT Exam FindMyLawTutor wonders: who can take the LSAT?  We received one guest submission and wanted to pose this question to our readers. (portions and names have been redacted)   Do you think that LSAT Tutors should be allowed to sit for the […]


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