Planet Law School II: What You Need to Know (Before You Go) but Didn't Know to Ask...and No One Else Will Tell You

Planet Law School II: What You Need to Know (Before You Go) but Didn't Know to Ask...and No One Else Will Tell You

by Atticus Falcon
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ISBN-10:
1888960507
ISBN-13:
9781888960501
Pub. Date:
05/01/2003
Publisher:
Fine Print Press, The

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Planet Law School II: What You Need to Know (Before You Go) but Didn't Know to Ask...and No One Else Will Tell You 2.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
As someone who just finished my 1L, I want to tell people that this book is great. It definitely helped put me on the right track to my first year 3.8 GPA. If you want more serious reading than the other 'lite' law books then this is the book for you. If you want a 100 page feel good book about law school, look elsewhere. If you want a book that will put you on the right track and tell you the truth about hard law school really is, then this is the book for you. If you want a miracle or a magic portion for law school then you should pray. Read this book with reasonable expectations and confidence in your ability to do well in law school by doing the recommendations in the book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have read several books in preparation for law school. This has many new points, but the author spends most of the book denouncing the practice of law school. Thinking the world is out to get you generally doesn't get someone very far.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
After all the rave reviews and stellar recommendations, I expected this book to rock my socks. Instead I found it to be incredibly annoying. The author has a quirky habit of capitalizing words that shouldn't be capitalized. I understand the use of capital letters to make a point but if you use it every other word it loses something. So, even getting past the cruddy grammar, I was disappointed in the low quality of writing. I was also disappointed in the multiple typographical errors. All in all, very disappointing after such high marks from everyone else. Perhaps I was so disappointed because my expectations were so high.