How to Prepare for Law School (in College)



HOW TO PREPARE FOR LAW SCHOOL IN COLLEGE // Wondering how to prepare for law school? What the best undergrad major for law school is? Check out this video on top tips for college students planning to go to law school! We’ll talk all about how to prepare for law school during undergrad, how to prepare for life for law school, and everything you could possibly need to know as to what to do to prepare for law school in college.

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25 comments

  1. I have a full-time job and my employer is paying for my undergrad so I can't leave. In that case, what would you suggest in place of internships? Or is the lack of internships just going to make it more complicated?

  2. I have a question. In college I want to double major in Psychology(Forensic Psychology if offered) and Criminology so I can go to law school and become a Criminal Lawyer. Do you think this is a good path and that I should double major in both of those subjects.

  3. I recently came across your channel and have binge watched all your videos! I’ve just started studying for the LSAT, and your videos motivate me so much when I don’t feel like studying. I’m interested in corporate law and I know you’re a litigator, but maybe you could make a video describing the different things corporate lawyers do? You could even do a series, talking about the different aspects of corporate law, human rights law, etc. Again, love watching you!

  4. Hi, so i am a teenager in high school that's been interested in law for soo long . And i want to ask you about the us or uk or Canada best uni that gives full scholarship cause i don't think i can aford a good law school and i don't realy think i wanna go to a free one . And thank you so much for the information u give ❤❤

  5. I'm using Khan kinda doing it myself and my plan is to take the LSAT class offered at my school spring semester of my junior year right before I take the LSAT. Got a 152 my first try but I'm shooting for a 175+ on exam day.

  6. I've been following your channel for a while now and you have been giving great advice! I'm going into my senior year at UC Irvine and I plan on taking the lsat in October. My plan is to study this summer using powerscore books. I'm hoping to get a score of a minimum 164. If I don't achieve that score than I will use a prep course from blueprint. I will definitely use Khan academy test prep you mentioned.

  7. This is such a great video! I've been doing a lot of research to make sure law school is right for me, and you compiled everything in such an organized and honest way. Is your Law School Master Plan for those that are already in law school and want to make the most of it? Or is it for those looking into going to law school?

  8. Heyy
    I'm a law student from India.
    I was contemplating a move to USA and probably pursuing a JD there.
    I plan on applying after I have gained atleast 3 years of legal post qualification experience (PQE as it is called in India). Would my prior legal exposure and legal degree be an advantage to me when I apply to law schools. Or would I be considered an applicant eating up someone else's spot. Thanks

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