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Law School

Law School Author Michael S. Ariens
ISBN-10 1594604436
Release 2010
Pages 235
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This all-in-one volume takes the reader from the law school application process, through the bar exam and the graduate's first job. The book begins with ideas on selecting which law schools to apply to, how to improve your chances of gaining admission, and how to decide which law school to attend. The second section of the book takes the reader through each of the three years of law school. It begins by discussing how to excel in the first year of law school, how to write concise and persuasive responses to essay questions, and how to read multiple choice questions quickly and accurately. This section also offers thoughts about how to get the most out of the final two years of law school. The third section discusses how to succeed on the bar exam and the graduate's options in the practice of law.



Law School

Law School Author Thane J. Messinger
ISBN-10 1888960809
Release 2008
Pages 374
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A powerful book by one of the top authors in the law school genre, offering a method to study law, well, in less time, with a focused, realistic approach. To get straight to the point, Law School: Getting In, Getting Good, Getting the Gold ("GGG") is, without a doubt, one of the most important law school and legal career books currently available. There are, of course, other guides that have made a huge impact in the market for such materials; "Planet Law School" (which is now PLS II) and "Law School Confidential" are two that immediately spring to mind, and which the prospective law student has most likely heard of. But whereas PLS and LSC are rather practical in nature, which is not in itself a bad thing because being led through the practicalities of applying to law school, preparing, studying, finding jobs and so forth are obviously important, GGG offers all this and so much more. Not more of the same, however, although GGG does cover standard material such as rankings and taking exams, and thankfully chooses to omit the tedious and common-sense generic topics such as how to apply for financial aid and how to pick upper level courses during 2L/3L, while emphasizing the important subjects such as the LSAT. "



How to Get Into Law School

How to Get Into Law School Author Susan Estrich
ISBN-10 1594480354
Release 2004
Pages 301
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Answers questions about legal education and the legal profession, providing guidelines on how to select the right school, how to negotiate the admissions process, how to succeed as a law student, and how to find fulfillment in one's legal career.



So You Want to be a Lawyer

So You Want to be a Lawyer Author Lisa Fairchild Jones, Esq.
ISBN-10 9781510726390
Release 2017-09-12
Pages 352
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Completely revised and updated, So You Want to Be a Lawyer takes you through the process of becoming a lawyer, examining each phase in a helpful and easy-to-understand narrative. Find out what practicing law is like before you step into your first law school class. Practice solving legal problems as law students would in law school and lawyers might in an actual courtroom. Find out how to get into law school. And there’s much more: •Advice on how to select a law school, along with names and addresses of American Bar Association (ABA)-approved law schools •An explanation of the law school admissions process, and ways to improve your chances for getting in •Practical exercises and advice that will give you a head start over other first-year law students •Information about career opportunities as a lawyer Written by three experienced lawyers, this book will help you understand the types of problems facing law students and lawyers on a daily basis. Not only will it prepare you for law school, but it will also become your trusted guide on the path to becoming a successful lawyer.



Getting to Maybe

Getting to Maybe Author Richard Michael Fischl
ISBN-10 9781611632170
Release 1999-05-01
Pages 348
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Professors Fischl and Paul explain law school exams in ways no one has before, all with an eye toward improving the reader’s performance. The book begins by describing the difference between educational cultures that praise students for “right answers,” and the law school culture that rewards nuanced analysis of ambiguous situations in which more than one approach may be correct. Enormous care is devoted to explaining precisely how and why legal analysis frequently produces such perplexing situations. But the authors don’t stop with mere description. Instead, Getting to Maybe teaches how to excel on law school exams by showing the reader how legal analysis can be brought to bear on examination problems. The book contains hints on studying and preparation that go well beyond conventional advice. The authors also illustrate how to argue both sides of a legal issue without appearing wishy-washy or indecisive. Above all, the book explains why exam questions may generate feelings of uncertainty or doubt about correct legal outcomes and how the student can turn these feelings to his or her advantage. In sum, although the authors believe that no exam guide can substitute for a firm grasp of substantive material, readers who devote the necessary time to learning the law will find this book an invaluable guide to translating learning into better exam performance. “This book should revolutionize the ordeal of studying for law school exams… Its clear, insightful, fun to read, and right on the money.” — Duncan Kennedy, Carter Professor of General Jurisprudence, Harvard Law School “Finally a study aid that takes legal theory seriously… Students who master these lessons will surely write better exams. More importantly, they will also learn to be better lawyers.” — Steven L. Winter, Brooklyn Law School “If you can't spot a 'fork in the law' or a 'fork in the facts' in an exam hypothetical, get this book. If you don’t know how to play 'Czar of the Universe' on law school exams (or why), get this book. And if you do want to learn how to think like a lawyer—a good one—get this book. It's, quite simply, stone cold brilliant.” — Pierre Schlag, University of Colorado School of Law (Law Preview Book Review on The Princeton Review website) Attend a Getting to Maybe seminar! Click here for more information.



How to Succeed in Law School

How to Succeed in Law School Author Gary A. Munneke
ISBN-10 0764139797
Release 2008
Pages 230
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(back cover) Updated to reflect today's law school experience, " How to Succeed in Law School " gives you the head start you'll need as you prepare to enter law school. The author describes the day-to-day law school experience, tells you which subjects you'll be taking, and advises on ways to develop the habits that will enable you to excel. He also offers tips on handling the inevitable stresses that are a part of law school. If law school is in your future, you need to read this book.



How to Get Into Top Law Schools 5th Edition

How to Get Into Top Law Schools 5th Edition Author Richard Montauk
ISBN-10 9781101543351
Release 2011-08-02
Pages 624
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The most authoritative guide for law students-now revised and updated. Richard Montauk, an administrations insider and lawyer, demystifies the law school application process and provides the tools to ace every step along the way. Based on (and including) exclusive interviews with admissions officers, Montauk delivers a candid view of what leading law schools look for in an applicant. He also gives applicants solid advice on developing marketing strategies, writing winning essays, maximizing financial aid, and updating credentials to better match that ideal profile.



Running from the Law

Running from the Law Author Deborah L. Arron
ISBN-10 0940675560
Release 2004
Pages 192
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Running from the Law has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Running from the Law also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Running from the Law book for free.



Coming to Law School

Coming to Law School Author Ian Gallacher
ISBN-10 1594606536
Release 2010-01-01
Pages 139
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This book demystifies law school and the process of studying the law. Rather than just describing the various necessary study skills including case briefing, taking notes in class, and preparing exam outlines the book shows how these skills are interrelated and how an incoming student can practice them before coming to law school, making the transition from prospective to actual law student easier and as painless as possible. Written in an informal and conversational tone, Coming to Law School shows incoming law students the benefits of coming to law school armed with strong study skills already in place and guides them through the process of getting ready for school with examples and exercises to clarify the points it raises. The book also contains information about many practical issues, including the law school process, how to do well in a summer job, and taking the bar exam. Although this is not a book about the law, it is designed to be a book that will help all law students get the most out of law school.



Law School Exams

Law School Exams Author Alex Schimel
ISBN-10 1531005454
Release 2018
Pages 120
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Law School Exams: A Guide to Better Grades is the complete handbook for students seeking to improve their performance in law school. This book offers a concise and practical strategy that can be applied to almost any law school exam, regardless of topic or level. Alex Schimel is a Lecturer-in-Law at the University of Miami and a leading expert on law school academic success. The new edition offers unique insights by reducing the exam format to a series of repeatable steps. It also teaches students how to ¿prepare for exams, instead of preparing for class,¿ with proven time-management and outlining techniques.



Law School Lowdown

Law School Lowdown Author Ian E. Scott
ISBN-10 143800317X
Release 2013
Pages 291
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If you're a law school student, or if you're planning to apply to law school, you'll find the practical guidance you'll need for success--plus tips on pitfalls to avoid--when you open this important new book. Written by a recent Harvard Law School graduate who is currently associated with major Wall Street law firm, this brand-new blueprint for legal accomplishment gets down to specifics with-- The law school application process and tips on taking the important Law School Admission Test (LSAT) Selecting a law school, applying for scholarships, and deciding between top-ranked and lower-ranked schools Making the grade during that vital first year at law school The best courses to take in second and third years The advantages of publishing papers while in law school Seeking out summer positions at law firms Taking and passing state bar exams Finding employment at a law firm after graduation Other post-law school options, including judicial clerkships Valuable appendices give you still more advice, and include a completed model law school application form, effective résumés, a model brief of a case for class, and much more. Written by a successful attorney and based on his own law school experiences, Law School Lowdown zeroes-in on both the rigors and satisfactions that comprise the law school experience, offering the advice and counsel that will pave your way to a successful career in law.



How to Be Sort of Happy in Law School

How to Be Sort of Happy in Law School Author Kathryne M. Young
ISBN-10 9781503605688
Release 2018-08-07
Pages 312
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Each year, over 40,000 new students enter America's law schools. Each new crop experiences startlingly high rates of depression, anxiety, fatigue, and dissatisfaction. Kathryne M. Young was one of those disgruntled law students. After finishing law school (and a PhD), she set out to learn more about the law school experience and how to improve it for future students. Young conducted one of the most ambitious studies of law students ever undertaken, charting the experiences of over 1000 law students from over 100 different law schools, along with hundreds of alumni, dropouts, law professors, and more. How to Be Sort of Happy in Law School is smart, compelling, and highly readable. Combining her own observations and experiences with the results of her study and the latest sociological research on law schools, Young offers a very different take from previous books about law school survival. Instead of assuming her readers should all aspire to law-review-and-big-firm notions of success, Young teaches students how to approach law school on their own terms: how to tune out the drumbeat of oppressive expectations and conventional wisdom to create a new breed of law school experience altogether. Young provides readers with practical tools for finding focus, happiness, and a sense of purpose while facing the seemingly endless onslaught of problems law school presents daily. This book is an indispensable companion for today's law students, prospective law students, and anyone who cares about making law students' lives better. Bursting with warmth, realism, and a touch of firebrand wit, How to Be Sort of Happy in Law School equips law students with much-needed wisdom for thriving during those three crucial years.



So You Want to be a Lawyer

So You Want to be a Lawyer Author
ISBN-10 0942639723
Release 2001
Pages 154
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So You Want to be a Lawyer has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from So You Want to be a Lawyer also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full So You Want to be a Lawyer book for free.



Going to Law School

Going to Law School Author Harry Castleman
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105061864075
Release 1997-08-19
Pages 224
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Is a career in law right for you? Thinking of attending law school? Where should you apply? The verdict is in: This comprehensive guide has the answers to all your questions. Written from the perspectives of a veteran lawyer and a recent law school graduate, this guide covers every aspect of preparing for and pursuing a career in law. Going to Law School? takes you through the entire process--from what you need to do before applying to what you can expect during law school to what career paths you can follow after graduation. You'll find: * Straight facts on the application and admissions process * Tips on studying for and taking the LSAT * Advice on determining which law school is right for you * An insider's look at how law schools operate * A thorough survey of career options.



A Woman s Guide to Law School

A Woman s Guide to Law School Author Linda R. Hirshman
ISBN-10 014026437X
Release 1999
Pages 290
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Statistics and examples support advice on selecting a law school in which women can succeed, preparing a powerful application, and surviving the first year of law school



Solo Contendere

Solo Contendere Author Garfinkle
ISBN-10 0984380108
Release 2010-01-15
Pages 160
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This is a how-to book for new lawyers who, by choice or otherwise, are entering into practice on their own. Full of pointers and warnings from an attorney who went solo right out of law school over thorty years ago.



Law School For Dummies

Law School For Dummies Author Rebecca Fae Greene
ISBN-10 1118068742
Release 2011-04-27
Pages 384
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The straightforward guide to surviving and thriving in law school Every year more than 40,000 students enter law school and at any given moment there are over 125,000 law school students in the United States. Law school’s highly pressurized, super-competitive atmosphere often leaves students stressed out and confused, especially in their first year. Balancing life and schoolwork, passing the bar, and landing a job are challenges that students often need help facing. In Law School For Dummies, former law school student Rebecca Fae Greene uses straight talk, sound advice, and gentle humor to help students sort through the swamp of coursework and focus on what’s important–all while maintaining a life. She also offers rare insight on the law school experience for women, minorities, non-traditional, and non-Ivy League students.