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Asking for Help in Law School

Law School Tutoring

There comes a point in everyone’s careers when they need help, it’s only natural. In fact, during law school, you are bound to encounter problems that require outside assistance. It is these problems that shape and mold our future successes or failures and thus, must be taken into serious consideration. Yet, how does one go […]






 

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A Law School Midterm Survival Guide

Midterm Examination Guide

Law school students are finding that midterms are becoming increasingly prevalent in their classes. And for those that do encounter midterms, it should be met as a great opportunity to gain insight and experience to better prepare themselves for their final exams. But as all experience and practice goes, it is dependent on the manner […]






 

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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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Six Tips for Balancing Law School and Family

Balance Law School and Family

Law school is a challenging experience. When a student has a spouse or children, the challenge is even greater. However, with careful planning, law students with families can successfully balance both family and school. Here are 6 tips to help you achieve balance.   Prepare the family.   To minimize the impact on your family, […]






 

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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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Bad Experiences Do Not = Failing the Bar Part II

I was crushed. I had just failed the bar exam. However, I had to mentally prepare for taking the bar a second time in February. I started to study for the exam again and the best way I can describe my mental state was “I was a mess.” Every time I missed a question or […]






 

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Bad Bar Experiences Do Not = Failing the Bar

Part I Congratulations bar exam takers. The end is coming near! Just mere weeks before you take the bar exam! After the test some of you will walk out and think, “I aced the exam!” Many others with think, “That was the worst experience of my life, I just failed the bar exam!” However, take […]






 

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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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Dating While in Law school: Should I or Shouldn’t I?

At first blush, looking for love within the halls of your law school might seem like a good idea. Who doesn’t want to date someone who’s smart and able to talk about civil procedure? But before you ask that section-mate out on a date, consider the following : You don’t have a social life; do […]






 

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Common Myths of Law School Exams

You want to do well on your exams, which is why you’ve asked more experienced students how to best prepare. Here’s one more piece of advice: You might want to ignore everything they’ve told you. When it comes to how to do well on law school exams, there are more myths than there are easy […]






 

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