Ace law school with 115 rules from a recent graduate who remembers the experience all too well.
Do Away with Your Common Sense and Think Like a Lawyer
Shake the Jitters
Keep a Law School Journal
Don't Fall in Love with Your Professor
Accept That All of Your Professors May Not Like You
Don't Agonize over Atrocious Grades
Learn to Spot the Bad Professors (Types I and II)
Scope Out the Smarty-Pants
Keep Good Friends
Make Lots of Whoopie!
Take Soothing Baths
Throw a Party
Marion T.D. Lewis, a recent law school graduate, tells you exactly what you need to know to survive those hellish law school years. Ms. Lewis provides valuable insight into what your life will be like personally and professionally on and off campus, in class and out -- along with 115 rules and lots of simple advice guaranteed to help you become a well-rounded, happy, healthy, and successful law student.
Here are the words of wisdom you'll need, dispensed in a sympathetic way, by one who remembers how it felt to sit in class and to be terrorized by difficult professors. This insider information covers a wide range of topics, from believing in yourself, studying, sizing up professors, dressing for success, and managing money to relaxing and having fun.
Whether you're just starting law school or in your third year, this advice may well be your key to success, because surviving the paper chase takes much more than just hitting the law books!
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"What makes The Law School Rules different is that it is written by a recent law school graduate, as opposed to a professor or practicing attorney. As such it gives the reader a real sense that the writer is 'in the loop.' Her observations and suggestions often sound like those of a 'third year' who has taken a 'One L' under her wing. Ms. Lewis distinguishes herself from other recent graduates by avoiding the urge to boast and to tell her own war stories disguised as advice."
--New York Law Journal
MARION T.D. LEWIS graduated from New York Law School and passed the bar exam on her first try. She lives in Brooklyn, New York, with her cat, Bach.
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