Congratulations! You are starting the law school journey at the end of the summer. While this is a very exciting path you’re about to take, it can also be scary – especially if you’re not prepared. Lee recently wrote a few articles on About.com that discuss how to start your law school journey on the right foot. [Read more…] about Starting Law School in the Fall?
You are likely spending all of your time preparing for final exams. To make your life a bit easier, we recommend that you develop your own study schedule. A study schedule is something that is very personal to you, but I do think there are some general tips you can follow to make it helpful and of high quality. If you don’t have a study schedule, sit down after you read this blog post and put something together. The time is now! [Read more…] about Five Steps for Setting Up a Final Exam Study Schedule
This is problematic because final exam dates and times along with paper turn-in deadlines are the most important facts to know going into your final exams.
As the calendar turns to May, it is now time for law school exams. Whether you are on the semester or quarter system, it is likely you have exams and papers coming up soon. This month, our theme will be “Surviving Law School Exams.” We will talk about everything from organizing your time, taking care of yourself and tackling different types of exams. [Read more…] about May: Surviving Law School Exams
As final exams approach (as they are for most of you in the next few weeks), a number of law students are starting to get a little depressed. Students are spending time thinking what a bad idea going to law school was in the first place or they are reading blogs on this topic. They are feeling incredibly behind but instead of creating an effective study schedule, they are just sitting at their desks feeling sorry for themselves.
Does this sound like you? [Read more…] about Keep Your Spirits Up! Don’t Let Negativity Get You Down
“ I have an outline, but I don’t know the law well enough to do a practice exam.”
“ I don’t have time to do practice exams because I have a moot court argument/paper/legal writing assignment coming up.”
These are just some of the common excuses I hear from law students around this time in the semester about starting practice exams. Everyone knows they need to do it, but no one wants to. [Read more…] about What’s Your Excuse? Start Taking Practice Exams