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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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What 1Ls Should Do During Winter Break

Winter Break Planning By Law Students

Finally! The first semester of your first year of law school is over. Winter break has arrived and … now what? For about a month, you’re not going to be required to read anything, show up anywhere or answer a barrage of intimidating questions in front of 65 of your closest competitors. What’s a 1L […]






 

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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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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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Creating A Study Schedule for Finals

Examination Schedule For Law School Students

For many of us, we are now reaching the second half of our fall terms. That means that finals are just around the corner, and, if we are not prepared, it could be a bumpy ride. Luckily for you, we have compiled effective and efficient tips to prepare you for your law school finals. Just […]






 

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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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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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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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Creating a Law School Exam Strategy for Success

You go to class every day. You take notes, read like a librarian, brief cases and participate. You hang on your professor’s every word. Then you have to wait an entire semester before you get to demonstrate your knowledge. Annoying, right? Law school exams are vexing. Their subject matter is months in the making. You […]






 

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Why You Need a Law School Tutor

Law school is an enormous investment. By the time you graduate, you’ll have spent hundreds of hours studying, tens of thousands of dollars on tuition and countless nights lying awake hoping you finish in the top 10 percent of your class. If your investment pays off, you’ll land a good job with a good firm. […]






 

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