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I get by with a little help from my friends….

Disclaimer – I’m writing this post after the weekend of my five year law school reunion (wow, has it really been five years already?!) so I’m feeling a little sentimental and nostalgic right now…. When I was in law school,… Continue Reading →

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 →

Now….go enjoy the rest of your summer!

To everyone who has just finished taking the bar exam….CONGRATULATIONS! It is an incredible accomplishment and you should be extremely proud of yourself. Now don’t think about it again until the results come out in November! It’s out of your… Continue Reading →

A little Bar Review Humor

If you are studying for the Bar Exam right now…take a break and enjoy! httpv:// Bar Review Humor (Please note this is not an endorsement of BarBri, it’s just a funny video!)

There are Times When Perfection Can Be Overrated: Fortunately, The New York State Board of Law Examiners Agrees

This post was written by Kathleen Townley, an extern from the New Directions program who is working with our office over the summer. Many law students strive to work towards the ideal of perfection.  After all, setting some lofty goals is… Continue Reading →

Law Student Boot Camp

It’s that time, again.   Third year law students everywhere are participating in what is probably the most anti-climactic graduation of all educational institutions everywhere.  No teary good-byes.  No “please keep in touch!”  No “see you around.”  Because it is likely… 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 →

A little humor to get you through

I’m sure MORE READING is the last thing you want to do right now, so instead, here’s a little (relevant) humor to help get you through your final exams.  Good luck! [youtube=] **Disclaimer: don’t actually use this video to study… Continue Reading →

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