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I like your style!

Learning style, that is.  We all have one – a preferred method for learning, a way that we best process and understand the materials presented to us. In a traditional law school classroom, much of what is presented appeals to… Continue Reading →

Laptops in the classroom – will you use one?

  Although the cartoon above is set in an office, the differences in the familiarity and use of technology between Dilbert and his younger co-worker much resemble the differences between law professors and their current students. The “millennial generation” students… Continue Reading →

Practice makes perfect!

Of course it does, we all know that.  But this isn’t your 5th grade piano recital, so what does it mean in the context of law school exams? It means that doing practice exams is the best way to really… Continue Reading →

Outlining – the benefit is in the process

When I went to law school, lap tops in the classroom were not as prevalent as they are now (I can see myself telling my grandkids stories about the days I had to lug a SEVEN POUND lap top to… Continue Reading →

Half way there!

Just a little pep talk to help you stay motivated – the semester is half way over!  Yay!  Half way to a well-deserved winter break!  But also….half way to final exams!  Yay!  Wait, I mean, Boo!! By now, you should… Continue Reading →

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