If you’ve been accepted to law school, clearly you’re a smart person who is good at school. The only problem is, so is everyone else. Combine the student caliber with the strict first-year curve, and you’ve got a recipe for a very competitive educational experience!
How Can You Ensure You’re Ready?
While nothing can fully prepare you for the first time you’re “on call” in a law school class, there are lots of things you can do this summer to ensure you’ll arrive at law school Orientation ready to go. Read on for our suggestions.
1. Register for the Start Law School Right Course
First and foremost, consider registering for the Law School Toolbox’s flagship course for new law students: Start Law School Right. Start Law School Right combines on-demand lessons with the personal feedback you need to ensure you’re developing the skills needed for law school success.
You can start any time, and you’ll have a personal tutor to help you along the way! Take a look.
Got questions about Start Law School Right? Please contact us, and we’re happy to help.
2. Catch Up on the Law School Toolbox Podcast
The popular Law School Toolbox podcast covers a wide variety of topics, including lots of advice for new law students. Check out the full podcast archive, or listen to a few of the most relevant episodes below:
3. Read some Useful Blog Posts
Let’s Stay in Touch!
That’s probably enough to get you started! If you have any questions as you move through law school, please don’t hesitate to reach out to Lee and Alison, the creators of the Law School Toolbox. You can easily contact us here.
We also offer law school tutoring, if you find you need a little more help getting off on the right foot.
The Law School Toolbox team is here to help you make your law school experience awesome! If you’d like to keep in touch, please join the thousands of other law students on our free weekly mailing list or connect with us on Facebook or Twitter.
Best of luck as you start your law school journey!