6 edition of How to succeed in law school found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 156-157) and index.
|Statement||Gary A. Munneke.|
|LC Classifications||KF283 .M86 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 262 p. :|
|Number of Pages||262|
|LC Control Number||94071804|
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GO TO CLASS. Most professors cover some material in class that is not discussed in the reading, More. Then, this book is for you. It was written by an expert in legal education, who has taught at law schools for 15 years and who has written six books on legal book shows you what works, and, equally importantly, what doesn't work for succeeding in law school.
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Do all of the reading assigned for your courses. BRIEF THE CASES. Take notes while reading. REVIEW BEFORE EACH CLASS. Review your reading notes (case briefs) right before class. GO TO CLASS. The first step to success on a closed book law school exam is outlining.
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How to Succeed in Law School – Student Guide #1 (1) FIND TIME TO WORK OUT/PARTICIPATE IN AN ATHLETIC ACTIVITY. (2) WRITE DOWN YOUR GOALS FOR 1L AND POST THEM. It describes the day-to-day law school experience, the subjects to be studied and mastered, competition, and the standard procedures that define the law school environment.
The author offers advice on taking good lecture notes, effective study methods, library research, test-taking, handling the inevitable stresses of law school 3/5(22). How to succeed in law school 4th ed. by Gary A. Munneke. Published by Barron's Educational Series in Hauppauge, N.Y.
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