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Time Management for Law Students

  No doubt for many of you time management is a skill which often eludes students.  Many students are masters of procrastination, waiting to the last minute to complete research papers or study for exams.  In other instances, particularly on the graduate level, students become so overwhelmed with the massive daily workload of class preparation, […]






 

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Why are Law School Applications at an All-Time Low?

Downfall in Law School Applications

By now, you have probably seen the headlines, blog posts and graffiti on the walls of your law school’s bathroom, and it all says the same thing. It all says that going to law school is a bad idea.There are no jobs, it says. Student loan debt will cripple you financially for years. No one […]






 

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How to Ace Your Law School Finals

Final Examination Of law Students

As the end of the calendar year rolls around, you find yourself in a good news/bad news situation. The good news is that the end of the semester is within reach. The bad news is that you can’t get it without going through final exams—and law school final exams are more intimidating and important than […]






 

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How to Form a Successful Study Group in Law School

Students Group in Law School

Law school can be tough. For a lot of law school students, the challenge can prove to be a bit too much to handle on one’s own. Multiple classes, each assigning their own 3-hour quotas of homework each week can add up very quickly. Most students also work while going to law school, so the […]






 

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Last Minute Prep LSAT

LSAT Exam Prep

You’ve been studying morning, noon and night for weeks. You haven’t seen your friends or your favorite team play since just after opening day. You’re not even sure what day it is but you know exactly how many days there are until you take the LSAT: One. You’ve worked hard and you think you’re ready. […]






 

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Succeeding In Law School, As Told By Former Law Students

law School Studies Pattern

There’s a lot of advice floating around on websites and blogs about how to succeed as a 1L. Some of it is good, some of it is bad, and some of it is just downright ugly. Much of it was written by professors, admissions counselors, and disgruntled students or unemployed law school graduates. It can […]






 

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BarMax

With the proliferation of smart phones and tablets, more and more companies are developing apps to help students prepare for standardized exams including the Bar exam. One such company is California based BarMax. Founded by Harvard Law School alumni and iOS developers, BarMax is a comprehensive bar review tool available as an application for the […]






 

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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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The Do’s and Don’ts on LSAT Test Day

The day you take the LSAT will likely be one of the most important and stressful days of your life. Do well and you might be able to punch your ticket to the law school of your choice. Struggle and, well, you might be re-taking the test in June. With that in mind, it’s no […]






 

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LSAT and staying alive

You study and take practice tests and do well. Then the LSAT rolls around and … your hands sweat, you breathe heavily and think you might pass out. Or worse. Anxiety is as much a part of the LSAT as the $165 fee you pay for the privilege of sitting for the exam. And why wouldn’t it […]






 

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