After the first year, I only bought audio supplements for more difficult classes. ... Flash cards. I loved using flash cards to study for law school. Aspen's Law in a Flash was the single best product I used in law school.
Author: Jason C. Miller
Publisher: Aspen Publishing
Written by a recent law school graduate with an extraordinary success story, Excelling in Law School: A Complete Approach transcends merely surviving the experience, demonstrating how to earn high grades by working smart, excel in extracurricular activities, publish, and land top jobs. The author aced his first year at a fourth tier law school and transferred to a top-10 school from which he graduated, magna cum laude. Now, he shares his insights and his experience, surpassing expectations set by his less-than-lustrous LSAT scores. Miller relieves some of the anxiety about law school by conveying proven strategies that will appeal to today's tech-savvy law student. He outlines the available resources and study-aids and shows how to effectively use new technologies such as websites that distribute outlines, companies that provide MP3s of detailed lectures on first year courses, student-maintained outline banks, recorded lectures, professor podcasts, and PowerPoint slides. Students learn the specific, unique skills required to approach law reviews and scholarships and to hunt for jobs. Excelling in Law School: A Complete Approach observes successful tactics used by other students and guides readers in selecting the strategies and resources that best fit each personality. Features of Excelling in Law School: A unique book written by a recent law school graduate with a stunning success story Goes beyond the basics of surviving law school earning high grades excelling in extracurricular activities publishing landing top jobs Helps students excel shows how to work smart relieves some anxiety about law school conveys proven strategies Designed for today's tech-savvy law student Showcases the study-aid market and effective use new technologies websites that distribute outlines companies that provide MP3s of detailed lectures on first year courses student-maintained outline banks recorded lectures professor podcasts PowerPoint slides Reveals effective, specific skills and unique approaches law reviews scholarships job-hunting Outlines available resources Illustrates the author's personal success, one that can be tailored for any law school student how the author personally aced each area strategies and tactics observed in use by other students how to select the strategy and resources that best fit the reader's personality
Flash cards are effective because they force you to actively learn the material, improving memory retention, leading to better exam results. ... It's a required first year course. ... Former research aid, Harvard Law School.
Author: Eric Engle
Publisher: Eric Engle
More than 165 flash cards for US Constitutional Law. Economical, authoritative with legal citations for your mobile phone or kindle. Clear, detailed answers. Useful for law exams and bar review. eBook format for study on the go: mobile phone, subway, text to speech for commute. About the author: Fulbright scholar and former research aid at Harvard Law School, Dr. Eric Engle has earned six graduate degrees in law from three countries (USA, France, Germany) and has taught law in France, Germany, Estonia, Russia, Ukraine, and Bosnia. Passed New York bar on first attempt. Scores of law review publications available for free at SSRN. Law books at: http://amazon.com/author/quizmaster Free law search engines at http://mindworks.altervista.org Know your rights: study quizmaster.
A few weeks into your first year, you receive free subscriptions to these services that last until you graduate. ... Flashcards present short hypotheticals (similar to the type you get in class) and are handy for reviewing legal ...
Author: Rebecca Fae Greene
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
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.
The Nuts and Bolts of Law School for students to sign up , these companies frequently provide subscribers with outlines for first - year courses . ... Commercially produced flashcards such as Emanuel's Law in a Flash are also popular .
Author: Christen Civiletto Carey
Publisher: ALM Publishing
This handbook for aspiring lawyers coaches them to make the most of law school by taking charge of their education and burgeoning careers early on. It provides current and future law students with invaluable information about the law school application process, financing law school, selecting classes, evaluating study groups, developing effective exam-taking strategies, choosing extracurricular activities and summer jobs, preparing for the bar exam, and balancing school with family life. Demonstrated are the ways in which students can begin to think like practising lawyers and attain experience in law school that is relevant, practical, and essential to practising law in the real world.
Knowing this will help you decide whether to buy books, flashcards, CD's/ tapes, commercial outlines or flow charts. Iam an audio learner. ... 5. Low Cost Entertainment During the first year of law school, you will have 19.
Author: Dwayne Buckner
If you are married, or in a committed relationship and are planning to go back to school to further your education, then this book is a must read. Your relationship will face many challenges and obstacles over the next few years. Don't let pursuing your professional degree destroy your marriage, relationship, or family in the process. This book offers practical advice that can help you keep your relationship healthy and strong during your time of higher learning.
The method of grading for the first year of law school can be very intimidating. ... You will have to organize a vast store of information in bite-size pieces, using outlines, index cards, flash cards, even video and audio tapes.
Author: Neeraja Viswanathan
Publisher: Vault Inc.
For attorneys looking to work on high-profile court cases, this Vault career guide shows the way.
However, the business-school-type approach to learning can be a much more efficient method of learning the law, and commercial outlines, hornbooks, flashcards, and other study aids follow this style. Many students resist using ...
Author: Steven L. Emanuel
Publisher: Aspen Publishing
Strategies and Tactics for the First Year Law Student gives you a detailed, step-by-step program for surviving the first year of law school. Note-taking--Sharpening your note-taking skills will maximize your study time and improve your grades Your law professor's personality--Understanding it can be to your advantage Study traps--What are they and how to avoid them Memory aids--How classic memory systems work and when you should (and shouldn't) use them The pressures of law school--Effective techniques for handling the pressure from classmates, professors, and reading assignments Taking exams--Nine steps to writing exceptional exam answers The Internet--Useful search engines and websites
Make use of study guides There are many study guides available to the first-year law student. You can listen to tapes, study from flash cards, buy professional outlines, attend lectures and even take additional courses.
Author: Vault Editors
Publisher: Vault Inc.
Provides college students and recent graduates with overviews of career paths in key industries, and includes contact information for major employers and hiring trends for college graduates.