Welcome back to the Law School Toolbox podcast! Today we’re excited to be discussing one of our very favorite topics – Learning! I know you’re shocked that this is a topic we find interesting…but we do. Especially right now, when Alison is living in Mexico trying to learn Spanish and Lee is watching her one-year-old son learn new stuff every day.
We’re pretty convinced that the lessons from learning a language, or learning to walk, apply equally to learning in law school!
Here’s what’s discussed in this episode:
- How do children approach learning, and what can we learn from them?
- What’s it like learning another language, and how do these lessons apply to law school?
- Why you need to do the things that make you uncomfortable to really learn effectively
- Why being smart isn’t enough (Hint: You still have to work hard)
- What we can all learn from Brene Brown about learning (love her!)
- Practical ways to develop your learning resilience
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- Brene Brown
- Is Starting Law School Like Moving to a Foreign Country?
- Ultimately, You Always Have to Teach Yourself
- How to Pass the Bar By Doing What Makes You Most Uncomfortable
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