Choosing a law school is very different than choosing many other types of professional or vocational school. Law school rankings are, to a certain extent, the most important factor to consider when deciding which school to attend – or are they? Is there a way this dreaded fact is actually fiction? Isn’t there a more individualized approach that will liberate perspective lawyers from applying within the select T-14? There certainly is. [Read more…] about Can You Risk Attending a Mid to Low Ranked Law School?
The most expensive LSAT prep package I can find costs $8,750. HAHA, what??? That is… completely ridiculous. No. So my mission is to find a way to spend a MUCH smaller amount of money and still do well on the LSAT.
David Rasch, a California psychologist who holds his PhD in Counseling Psychology, developed the Wheel of Suffering in regards to procrastination. He spends much of his life helping people who suffer from writer’s block and other issues that stem from procrastination, and his research may help lawyers in particular. His Procrastination Wheel of Suffering is divided into six parts, detailed here. Do you suffer from the vicious cycle of procrastination? Hopefully, this will help. [Read more…] about Are You a Procrastinator? Break the Cycle with the Procrastination Wheel
If you’re a rising college senior (or obsessively planning freshman) thinking about going to law school, you might want to consider taking time off before starting law school and diving straight into three more years of intimidatingly mysterious academia. [Read more…] about Should You Take Time Off Before Starting Law School?