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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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Perfect Gifts for Your Law Student

Unique Gifts For Law Students

Here’s a list every law school student should email to their friends, parents, brothers, sisters and everyone else who might be inclined to get them a Christmas present this year. It has to do with ideal gifts for law school students. In fact, it’s a list of the perfect gifts for law school students: Caffeine […]






 

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How to Form a Successful Study Group in Law School

Students Group in Law School

Law school can be tough. For a lot of law school students, the challenge can prove to be a bit too much to handle on one’s own. Multiple classes, each assigning their own 3-hour quotas of homework each week can add up very quickly. Most students also work while going to law school, so the […]






 

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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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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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Don’t Freak Out Over Finals, Hire a Law Tutor Instead

Final exams. A semester’s worth of cases, footnotes, dissents and decisions–and your final grade–all coming down to one final exam. Do you have a law tutor or are you freaking out? Stress and law school go hand in hand. In fact, a lot of old-school lawyers who cut their teeth on the Socratic method say […]






 

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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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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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