5 Law School Supplies for a Better Online Law School Experience
Here are five law school supplies that we recommend if you are looking for a better online law school experience. These are supplies that I (the author) personally use and strongly recommend! I only wish I would have found out about some of them earlier than I did! Continue reading 5 Law School Supplies for a Better Online Law School Experience
How To Stay On Task As An Online Law Student
There is no getting around the fact that online law school comes with a whole new set of challenges. In a typical law school classroom, you are one cold call away from being put on the spot. There is no disappearing from view, and distractions are easily avoidable. If you struggle with focusing, you can write your notes and eliminate any technological distractions. With online classes, there are many ways to slip from your in-person levels of classroom concentration. You will soon find distractions are everywhere when attending classes from home. Read further to see our advice on how to stay on task as an online law student!
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Five Law Student Winter Break Ideas To Keep You Busy
For better or for worse, you’ve made it through the semester and you’re ready for winter break. You’ve attended class, outlined until your brain was fried, and prepared for and taken finals. Now that the first semester of the year is over, you’re probably feeling like something is missing. All of a sudden there’s no outlining? No flashcard review? No brief moments of panic 20 minutes before your next final? Ok, we’re just kidding! Now that you have a couple of weeks off from the rigors of law school, it’s time for some fun. This is the opportunity to enjoy time with friends and family, celebrate the holidays, and destress from the previous semester. Here are our top tips for what you should be doing over winter break.
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Why You Shouldn’t Discuss Law School Final Exams
We have all been there. You just took a three-hour exam that was more intense and nerve-racking than any other test you have experienced. You have no measure of your success to hold on to until you receive grades. Then, a classmate comes up to you and wants to discuss every detail of the exam. What do you do? Here is why you shouldn’t discuss law school final exams.
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How To Prepare For Law School Finals During Coronavirus
The coronavirus pandemic has changed the way students take law school finals. Much like school, work, fitness classes, and just about everything else, law school finals are now online and remote. For some, this may bring excitement. Who wouldn’t want to take a Torts final in their pajamas? For others, online and remote law school finals will be a drastic departure from what they’re used to. Regardless of what group you find yourself in, chances are you might need some advice on how to prepare. Check out these awesome tips on how to prepare for law school finals in the age of the coronavirus pandemic.
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How To Dissect A Law School Exam Question
Have you ever looked at a law school exam question and completely blanked on how to answer it? Would you like to learn to tackle exam questions more efficiently? No matter how long or short your exam question is, you need to break it up it into manageable parts. In this article, I will discuss six tips and tricks to dissect any law school exam question you might encounter!
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How to Study for an At-Home Law School Final
The sudden shift to at-home work and remote learning caught many people by surprise. Now, almost eight months into the coronavirus pandemic, it seems like people are starting to get comfortable with remote work. We’ve outfitted our home offices with the biggest computer screen and the most comfortable desk chair. We’ve invested in noise-canceling headphones and the best sweatpants money can buy. We’re now masters of the dress shirt on top and yoga pants on bottom look. Zoom happy hours are the new normal. However, amongst all the changes and adjustments brought about by remote work, one thing has remained constant. The work! For law students preparing to take an at-home law school final, the idea of studying for the exam can seem terrifying. Gone for now are the days of library study sessions and office hour meetings. The worst part? The material and coursework haven’t gotten any easier. The story isn’t all bad though. We’ve compiled a list of the best study tips for law students preparing to take an at-home final. These tips will build confidence, help you retain material, and make the study process slightly more enjoyable. Check them out below!
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My A+ Law School Study Routine
Here, I will go through the law school study routine that I used to get A+s in over half of my law school classes. (I also got A’s otherwise, and graduated as the #1 law student). Note that I took every Sunday completely off in law school. So, my routine focuses on efficiency and doing what is necessary to graduate at the top of your class. Continue reading My A+ Law School Study Routine
Law School Final Exam Week Study Routine
If you are looking for tips for your law school final exam week study routine, look no further! These are the tips that our students use to get stellar grades in law school. These tips help you focus on what truly matters (getting good grades on your law school finals!) and omitting everything else that will not help you accomplish that goal.
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How to Issue Spot Law School Final Exams
A critical skill for law students is to be able issue spot law school final exams. “Issue spotting” is the “I” in “IRAC” (Issue, Rule, Analysis, Conclusion). If you miss the issue, you will not have the opportunity to state the rule, apply it, or conclude (or get the points associated with those steps!) So, it is important to become a great issue spotter if you want to excel on law school final exams! Continue reading How to Issue Spot Law School Final Exams
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Law School Final Exam Sample Question
Many students find it helpful to look at law school final exam sample questions to see exactly what they are in for! Here, we have a short Torts question so you can see an example of what a standard law school final exam sample question looks like. Continue reading Law School Final Exam Sample Question
How Can Non-Traditional Law Students Succeed?
Often times, when you picture a law student or see them depicted in movies, you are looking at a young, single, ambitious person at the start of their career. However, you may be surprised to find how diverse a law school student body actually is! Students that fall outside of the “K-JD” (meaning kindergarten through high school, then straight to undergrad and law school without any gaps) pipeline are generally considered “non-traditional.” These students are often older,have families, and possibly even other degrees or careers under their belt. Their ages may range from 25 to 75+ years old!
Non-traditional law students come to law school with more experience in their personal and professional lives. In this post, we’ll discuss how non-traditional law students succeed in law school!
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If you are looking for the best law school final exam tips, it makes sense to get them from the student that graduated #1! So, here we give you ten important law school final exam tips from the #1 law student. Continue reading Law School Final Exam Tips From The #1 Law Student