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This is a great collection of sound - 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful.This is a great collection of sound By Gabriel Kaim This is a great collection of sound, practical advice from authors who have made it through to the other side. I'd recommend this to any student who is entering law school or thinking about a applying to law school.
Now THIS is a useful book. What's great about it is that it ... - 0 of 0 people found the following review helpful.Now THIS is a useful book. What's great about it is that it ... By Diana Now THIS is a useful book. What's great about it is that it doesn't just offer one perspective from one author, but multiple perspectives, opinions, and experiences from various high achieving law school graduates. No matter what questions you have about making it through law school, you will find the answer in here. Very encouraging, but honest and pragmatic advice.
A great resource for those considering law school and those about to start. - 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful.A great resource for those considering law school and those about to start. By Bruce Maloy I write from the perspective of someone who has taught as an adjunct at a highly ranked law school for 20 years. I wish that I had access to these essays as a student and certainly wish that my students did. The whole tone of the essays can be distilled into " law school is a marathon, not a sprint". Much of the advice centers on living a balanced life that allows time for work, rest and exercise. To borrow a nautical phrase, before going into battle you " clear the deck for action". The same can be said for law school. Minimize the background noise in your life. The essays also encourage students to rely on their understanding of their own study skills and leaning methods. Join a study group if you learn better that way, but feel free not to. This permision to learn as best suits you, even if everyone else is following a template that was handed to them, may be the greatest gift in these essays. All in all this is a remarkable collection of thoroughly useful and insightful ideas, observations and suggestions.