Law School Blogs

Networking in Law School

img_3626This is honestly one of my favorite topics. I personally think networking is important.  I like networking because I love interacting with people. I blame this on my Sociology degree. This does not mean that I am not shy. I am very shy and awkward around people that I do not know well. However, I use it to my advantage and play on my strengths. There are many forms of networking. In my opinion, networking is not just talking with professionals. Networking can also be interacting with classmates and co-workers.

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“Studying” in Law School

img_3346I have been wondering what the term “studying” means in law school. I understand that studying comes in all different places, forms, and sizes. Studying doesn’t always have to mean that you are hardcore memorizing. Studying doesn’t have to be just studying for longer periods of times. Studying doesn’t JUST have to take place in the library. A reasonable person might say I don’t “study.” What does that mean? Studying means different things to different people. Continue reading ““Studying” in Law School”

Finals Study Schedule


I posted a blog regarding what I do to prepare for my finals when I was a 1L. That blog detailed my preparation for the final. However, I failed to give an example of what my finals study schedule looks like. This blog discusses my finals study schedule that I have prepared for this semester. This will be a longer blog because it sets forth two examples going step by step when creating a finals study schedule.

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