Law School Insider: The Comprehensive 21st Century Guide to Success in Admissions, Classes, Law Review, Bar Exams and Job Searches, For Prospective Students and Their Loved Onesby Jeremy B. Horwitz
Discover modern legal careers and learn how to win jobs with top law firms and judges. Take an inside look at modern family, gender, racial, and other key issues
One book answers every important question faced by today’s new law students and their families: Law School Insider is an easy-to-read, step-by-step law school guide from applying to graduating and beyond.
Discover modern legal careers and learn how to win jobs with top law firms and judges. Take an inside look at modern family, gender, racial, and other key issues for today’s students. Find out how to take classes in Europe and Asia for credit in United States law schools. Conquer the nation’s toughest bar exams and learn which have the highest pass rates. Learn all about law reviews, their secret elections, and how to become an editor.
"I even found myself reading it in class. I know, shame on me!" says Alice Milrud, First-Year Law Student at Hofstra Law School, Successful Transfer Student to UCLA School of Law.
Written by Jeremy B. Horwitz, who graduated from Cornell Law School cum laude in 2001 and served as Internet Editor of the Cornell Law Review. He has passed the notoriously difficult California Bar Examination and worked for two international law firms. His work has appeared in The New York Times and numerous other national publications.
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One of the most comprehensive and detailed books I have read about the law school experience. This book goes into every detail of the first, second, and third years of law school, including summers. The author attended Cornell Law but he's very careful not to generalize his experiences. I do wonder how much relevance his advise has in today's awful job market (he finished writing the book in the summer of 2001).
Prospective law students are invariably eager for insight into the admissions process and the law school experience itself. 1Ls wonder about the mysteries of Law Review and what to do with their summer. 2Ls and 3Ls fret about getting "the offer" and how to prepare adequately for the bar exam. "Law School Insider" satisfies all these needs through its comprehensive approach. It's informative and well written. As long as you're not in my law school class, I'd recommend it highly.