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How to Be Successful in Your Last Semester of Law School

Law School Examination Success

Year one is all about laying a solid foundation. Year two is all about gaining real-world experience. Year three? Well, that’s all about you. By the time you become a 3L, you’ll be through the interrogation-like courses with professors who take great delight in the Socratic method. You’ll have to sit across from clients in […]






 

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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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Exercising in Law School: Put Down the Books and Hit the Treadmill!

There is no doubt that the workload put on law school students is some of the most demanding anyone could handle. And, it’s important to be able to keep up with all the study materials that the professors hand out. If not, you can expect no less than a failing grade. That being said, it […]






 

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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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Picking the Right Law School Electives

Pick The Appropriate School

If you’re a 1L, you don’t have a lot of control over the courses you take during your first year. OK, you don’t have any control. But once that first year is history, you get to make some decisions–you get to pick some electives! Depending on where you’re at in the career-planning process, this can […]






 

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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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We Pose the Question, Should You Postpone Your LSAT?

December or February? That’s the question you may be asking yourself as you prepare to take the LSAT. How you answer the question is important–it can mean the difference between getting into the law school of your choice and having to go to your second or third choice. It can also mean the difference between […]






 

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