How Law Students Should Think Eric Schreiber

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How Law Students Should Think  by  Eric Schreiber

How Law Students Should Think by Eric Schreiber
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Are you thinking of attending law school, or were you recently admitted? The time to prepare is before you ever set foot on a law school campus. Knowing what is in store for you can prevent common mistakes that lead to average grades in the firstMoreAre you thinking of attending law school, or were you recently admitted? The time to prepare is before you ever set foot on a law school campus.

Knowing what is in store for you can prevent common mistakes that lead to average grades in the first year--a hole that is very hard to escape. This book contains my experiences as well as observations and discussions with other students, professors, and attorneys that has allowed me to provide some valuable and helpful insights and methods from the perspective of someone who was already there, and truly understands today’s law student.

These insights can help you succeed in a competitive law school environment.This book does not expect you to completely buy into my system as the key to guaranteed good grades. I know that my methods (or anyone else’s for that matter) may not work for everyone. It is my hope that some of these pieces of information can be used and incorporated by you to help you succeed in law school. Tailor these and other methods to your strengths and weaknesses to find out what is most effective for you. Incorporate these strategies, methods and tactics into your own personal system.

Finding out what works best for you is what will allow you to survive in law school and succeed to your fullest potential.Over one third of your law school grades are earned in the first year, and from there it is difficult (but not impossible) to significantly raise your g.p.a.. You need to get a jump on the competition. Some of these insights (which I wish I had going into law school), can prevent you from making the same costly and painful mistakes of others. These correctable mistakes can cost you grade points, class standing, success and maybe even a job (sometimes when an employer wants people in the top 10% of the class, they mean top 10% only.

As for the student who finished just one or two people out. . . sorry). With a very tight curve in most American law schools, just a few points on each exam can make all the difference in your overall class standing. With these tips and tactics you will have the confidence and ability to effectively succeed in law school and be prepared to confidently approach that first set of finals, to give YOU the edge and the inside track to higher grades, and maybe that job you’ve always wanted.The benefits of high law school grades:1. Prestige2. Possible law review invitations3. Possible honors, awards and scholarships4.

A shot at that $135,000.00 plus a year job with a big firm5. You will enjoy law school a lot more.Read this book and sidestep many of the early and avoidable pitfalls. Why shouldn’t YOU be the one who earns that first American Jurisprudence award and be the one everyone asks, “how do you do it?” Start off right, be prepared to survive and succeed in three or four of the most unique years of your life.

You need to know information that will have you prepared and confident for the first day of school, the first case you read, and especially your first final.Read this book before you start your law school orientation. Then refer to it throughout the first year to refresh and renew the tactics to help you study and find the methods and tactics that work best for you.

I sincerely believe that many of the strategies and tips in this book will help you start off on the right track to earning high grades right away, on your first set of exams, before all you have is a “C” and a disappointing life lesson. Why not get “A”’s right out of the gate.

Take a read. This book is much shorter than a law school text, and hey, can it hurt?



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