Law school is just a lot. There are classes, readings, practice, outlining, networking events, social events, interviews, office hours, writing assignments, research, exam prep and…and…and…I lost my train of thought in the flood of it all. Oh. Right. Eating. Sleeping. Details, right? Anyway, some people can just float through and balance everything like a pro. Most people, though, if they don’t organize their time with some deliberation, will get way out of balance in some way or another, and this can have really unfortunate consequences.
I’ve talked about this on the Bar Exam Toolbox, but one of my favorite tasks is designing study schedules for bar studiers. As I got the hang of this, I started offering a similar service to some of our law school tutoring students, to supplement the work they are doing with their primary tutors. But you can probably do this yourself! Let’s go through some steps. [Read more…] about How to Set a Law School Study Schedule