If you haven’t already, at some point in your law school career you will find yourself in the midst of a. At best, it’s a class for which your heart doesn’t sing; at worst, it seems like the class lectures are taught in a language you have not yet learned. Never fear! Below are a few basic tips to help you overcome your and tackle that tough final exam.
From day one at law school, the tips, suggestions, and recommendations you’ll receive will feel like drinking water from a fire hose. One of the first you’ll hear is: The key to finding a job after law school is networking.
Networking is nothing more than learning and connecting by talking to people. You’ve been talking to people since you were two, so why is it so different now? Because, when you were two, you were oblivious to the dynamics of a simple chat.
There will be many opportunities to network in law school. There will be countless events hosted by law student organizations, bar associations, and the law school itself. Chances to hone these skills will be abundant if you just take advantage of these events.