Figuring out how to manage your time in law school can be one of the hardest adjustments to make as a law student, especially during 1L year. If you’re coming straight from college, you will likely be working much harder than you worked in undergrad. If you’re coming from the working world, then you’ll have to get used to having work hanging over your head again. Luckily, there are lots of tips for figuring out how to budget your time, when to start outlining for exams, and how to avoid procrastinating. [Read more…] about Being Intentional With Your Time: How Taking Breaks can Lead to Law School Success
About Allison Pincus
Allison is a tutor for the Law School Toolbox and Bar Exam Toolbox. She attended UC Berkeley School of Law, where she earned the American Jurisprudence award in her criminal law course. She is currently clerking for a federal judge.
Before law school, Allison worked at a civil rights law firm as a paralegal and also worked as an assistant teacher and tutor at a low-income charter school.
During law school, Allison served as a TA in the 1L skills program, where she provided feedback on students’ writing and oral advocacy skills. She also worked in the housing clinic at the East Bay Community Law Center helping tenants avoid eviction, and she interned at the ACLU. Allison spent the summer between her 2L and 3L year at Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison in the litigation group. She is a certified yoga instructor, and in her spare time enjoys cooking.