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Networking Tips for Law Students

Networking Of Law Students

Networking! It might as well be a four-letter word because everyone seems to hate it. But it is a necessary evil–especially for aspiring lawyers. More likely than not, it’s how you will meet the people that will (hopefully) become your employers and colleagues. It is where you will meet people that can send referral business […]






 

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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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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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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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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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How to Get Through Cases in Law School Fast

Briefing cases is a necessary evil, a diabolic rite of passage that has brought many 1Ls to their knees, surrounded by a case book, crumpled paper and their own law law school mortality. But fear not, aspiring lawyers. The first case always cuts the deepest, and if you develop a strategy for quickly consuming and […]






 

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New (Academic) Year’s Resolutions for Law School Students

Happy new year! No, it’s not January 1st. It’s September, which means another new academic year is under way at law schools across the country. Every new year is an opportunity for a fresh start, to reinvent yourself, to do better. So even though the calendar hasn’t flipped to 2014, yet, you should make some […]






 

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Choose a Law School That Caters to Your Learning Style

The decision has been made: You’re going to law school. You’ve got the drive and intelligence to succeed. Now you need to make a smart choice. When it comes to deciding which law school to attend, there are a lot of factors to consider–ranking, prestige, location and cost, for example. These are all important considerations […]






 

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The Importance of Reading ALL of the Cases in Law School

There isn’t another experience in the world that compares to law school. The professors can be brutal. There are no right answers. And the smartest students don’t always finish at the top. That’s why it’s incredibly important to do all the assigned reading.   The Socratic Method Want to be embarrassed in class? Don’t do […]






 

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