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Prepping for Law School During the Summer

Successful Law Career

Ah the lazy days of summer. Fluffy white clouds drifting pleasantly across the sky. Crystal-clear water lapping at your toes. Time standing still. No responsibilities. No pressure. Nothing to prepare for each day—unless you’re heading to law school this fall. For rising law school students, summer vacation is a unicorn, a fallacy, something that only […]






 

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Studying Law and Being Able to Recall – Techniques That Work

Fact and figures. Dates and decisions. Statutes and stare decisis. During exams, it can be difficult to pull the right information out of your brain at just the right time. Which is why having a “recall strategy” in place as early in the semester as possible is critically important to doing well when exams roll […]






 

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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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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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