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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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What You Need to Do If You Fail the Bar Exam

The bar exam. It’s the last roadblock between you and your goal of becoming a practicing attorney. You study. You spend a lot of money and time on BARBRI. You pay the registration fee, show up and take the test. And then you fail. What now? As shocking as it might seem, you’re not alone. […]






 

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The 5 Most Important People You’ll Meet in Law School

You’re going to meet a lot of people during your time in law school. Some will inspire you while others will make you wish you’d never taken the LSAT. Some will play an important role in shaping your future, others will tell you they’re important without ever taking the time to remember your first name. […]






 

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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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Selling Yourself in Law School

Networking, for many people, might as well be a four-letter word.  The act of acting interested in others to gain a professional advantage can seem frightening, disingenuous or just plain gross. After all, everyone had insecurities and no one enjoys feeling vulnerable. Unfortunately, networking is a necessity. It’s still the best way to find a […]






 

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What to Do Right After Graduating from Law School

It’s commencement season, and all across the country newly minted J.D.s will soon be making their way into the workforce–or hoping to at least. For those who’ve landed jobs, graduation marks the end of one chapter in their lives and the beginning of another. For those who haven’t yet found a job, graduation is simply […]






 

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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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Why NOW Is Actually a Good Time to Go to Law School

If you’re thinking about going to law school–or if you’re already in law school–you may be wondering what you’re doing. Law school is hard, the economy is challenging, and the mainstream media seems to be a bit down on legal education these days. You may be having second thoughts. You may be thinking now isn’t a good […]






 

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5 Tips to Score High on the LSAT

The Law School Admission Test, or LSAT, serves as the first great gatekeeper through which all future lawyers must pass. Universities believe that the LSAT measures the ability of applicants to succeed during year one of law school. Test scores range from 120 at the low end to a high of 180. Admission to top […]






 

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