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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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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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How to Make the Most of Studying Law With a Disability

William DeParcq started practicing law in Minnesota in the 1930s and quickly made a name for himself as one of the finest personal injury attorneys in the country. By the time his career was over, he had changed the way the courts handled workers’ rights cases, made a name for himself representing injured railway workers, served […]






 

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Should You Get a Law Tutor? 5 Reasons Point to Yes

Law school students tend to share a misconception about tutors. They generally believe that law tutors are for other students–specifically, those who have fallen behind or don’t possess the academic chops to succeed on their own. The truth is, hiring a law tutor makes a lot of sense for a lot of students. Here’s why: […]






 

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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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How to Keep Your Sanity During Law School

Therapy dogs. That’s what law school has come to. The same beautiful and bucolic creatures used to comfort people in hospitals—people fighting for their very survival—are now being brought into law schools to comfort … students? It’s true; law schools across the country are doing everything they can to help students manage stress, anxiety and […]






 

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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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