Are you just starting law school? There’s an app for that! In the past, new law students were taught that beginning law school meant investing in a few essential books and supplements. A good law dictionary, hornbooks, and casebook supplements were typically on every law student’s first semester shopping list. But now, rather than buying stacks of books, you can achieve the same levels of preparation through several apps made for law students.
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This month we continue our focus on maintaining a positive mindset in your first year of law school. More specifically, we get into your first year mindset and how easy that can turn negative if you let it. These are some ways to refocus your mindset, even when your first year is getting to you.
In this episode of Admitted, we are discussing how to write Addenda.
In this episode of Admitted, Coach Anthony discusses how to write a Personal Statement.
Summer is here. If you are starting law school in the fall, you might be wondering “How can I best prepare for law school?” Properly preparing for law school can help you make the most of your first year.
When you begin law school, there will be many new phrases and terms you’ll need to learn. Some, you may have heard before. But one term that is usually new to most students is “dicta.” What is dicta? What does dicta mean and why is it important for you to understand the role it plays in the law?