Where you (maybe) shouldn't go to law school.

Attending law school is an incredibly expensive, serious, and life-changing decision. In the US where many law schools are under (or frankly, not) regulated, schools will do anything they can to convince you to attend, only to take your money, graduate you with less-than-ideal job prospects, and go on their merry way. There is nothing… Continue reading Where you (maybe) shouldn't go to law school.

How to build your resume for law school

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How to Write a Stellar Law School Case Brief!

OUR FREE LAW SCHOOL PREP COURSE: LAW SCHOOL STUDY AIDS: LAW SCHOOL TUTORING: In this video, we offer tips on how you can write stellar law school briefs. Explained by an attorney who graduated #1 in her class! JD Advising offers assistance to thousands of pre-law, law, and bar exam students nationwide. JD Advising is… Continue reading How to Write a Stellar Law School Case Brief!

reading case law quickly & effectively (law school)

at law school, reading cases and case law are key parts to studying. but it can also be super dense and time consuming so it makes life so much easier if you can skim cases. skimming takes a while to grasp and you need to know what to look out for when you’re skimming and… Continue reading reading case law quickly & effectively (law school)

"How to Read a Case" with UVA Law Professor Anne Coughlin

Professor Anne Coughlin explains how to read a case to first-year students during an event hosted by the Black Law Students Association. (Sept. 17, 2015, University of Virginia School of Law) source

What I Wish I'd Known When Starting Law School

**subtitles now available** As someone who didn’t have any lawyers in my family, beginning law school was a daunting process. After I chose Stanford, I spent the summer before 1L dithering and trying to prepare for this new phase in my life. Here are some things I wish I had known, including: 1. class skills… Continue reading What I Wish I'd Known When Starting Law School