The straightforward guide to surviving and thriving in law school
Every year more than 40,000 students enter law school and at any given moment there are over 125,000 law school students in the United States. Law school’s highly pressurized, super-competitive atmosphere often leaves students stressed out and confused, especially in their first year. Balancing life and schoolwork, passing the bar, and landing a job are challenges that students often need help facing. In Law School For Dummies, former law school student Rebecca Fae Greene uses straight talk, sound advice, and gentle humor to help students sort through the swamp of coursework and focus on what’s important–all while maintaining a life. She also offers rare insight on the law school experience for women, minorities, non-traditional, and non-Ivy League students.
|Series:||For Dummies Series|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||5 MB|
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There is some very useful information in this book. Unfortunately I have some concerns about the credibility of the author. She seemed insincere. Wonder if she actually did well in law school, and if her suggestions really hold water. Buy this because it give some insight but I would recommed reading other similar books to make sure you getting good advice.
One of the most daunting aspects of considering law school is the fear of the unknown. After reading this book, a person actually entering law school would be far ahead of his or her peers in terms of what to expect. Reading this book has actually solidified my desire to go to law school without putting any kind of sales pitch on me.