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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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What Prelaws Need to Do While Waiting for Law School

Now that you’ve applied to your law schools, what should you do with all your free time? Here are three smart things to do while you wait to hear back from the various admissions offices. Take a little time for yourself. Applying is hard work. There’s the LSAT, the personal statement, the documents and the […]


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Mediocre LSAT Score? You’ve Still Got Options

If you’re disappointed with your LSAT score, don’t fret. It’s not the end of the world. You can still get into law school. You can still get into your top choice. And, if you rethink your application strategy, you may still be able to get into your top choice with a scholarship. Here are three […]


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How to Win Over Your Professors in Law School

Your law professors can make or break you. In many ways, they hold the keys to your future. They grade you, determine whether or not you get access to the best externships, and know alumni and lawyers who could hook you up with jobs. Win them over, and you could set yourself up for a […]


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What to Do if Your Law School Isn’t in the Top Tier

It happens every year. U.S. News & World Report releases their law school rankings–sending students at lower-ranked schools into a panic. They fear that their education is somehow inferior to that at other schools. They think their ability to compete for jobs is compromised. They think there’s nothing they can do about it. If that’s […]


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Why You Should Pursue a Career in Family Law

Follow your heart or chase the money. That’s a common question for law school students who are thinking about how they want to put their degrees to work. One of the best things about a J.D. is that it’s extremely pliable. If you’re chasing the money, your J.D. can get you into the door at […]


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How to Find a Summer Law Internship

The summer law internship. It’s as important as it is elusive. The right internship can give you access to working attorneys, real-world experience and a paycheck. It can prepare you for a successful career and help you make connections that could lead to your first job. That’s why landing a good summer law internship is […]


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3 Important LSAT Preparation Tips

A lot rides on the LSAT. The five-section aptitude and writing test can be the difference between top 25 and tier four. It can be the difference between a scholarship and a lot of debt. That’s why it’s important to prepare. Here are three law tutor approved LSAT preparation tips that go beyond simply taking […]


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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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Law School Tip: What You Need to Remember When Choosing Classes

Torts or Taxation? Elder Law or Estates? Which law school classes are the right classes to take? These are the questions you’ll ask yourself during law school. The right path depends on your interests, goals and even which professors you’re trying to avoid (every law school has a couple curmudgeonly professors, right?). But there are some […]


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