The Best Way New Students Can Prepare for Starting Law School

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One law school preparation book stands out above all others: Law School Confidential.

It covers a wide range of important subjects, including how to brief a case, study strategies, job hunting, and much, much more. One of the aspects I liked most about the book is how each section is for a different period in law school. At each point during a student’s law school career, the author provides practical advice needed for that period.

Some students may hesitate to spend any more money on law school—You’ve already spent enough. But if this books helps raise your grades, reduce your test anxiety, and get a better paying job, its worth to you will far exceed its cost.

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5 Responses to “The Best Way New Students Can Prepare for Starting Law School”

  1. David Sawyer Says:

    It’s a bit more controversial, but I would recommend “Planet Law School.” I think a lot of the strategies from that book helped me during my first year.

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