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July 07, 2005

Pre-law advice from a law prof

Prof. Michael Madison of madisonian theory has a series of posts for the pre-law students among us. The most current post is Welcome to Law School, Part VII, covering grades. The first six are absolutely worth reading, too:

Prof. Madison has indicated this series will continue for at least a couple more posts. It's definitely worth checking out, particularly since the first day of law school is rapidly approaching for many of us!

Posted by kristine at July 7, 2005 01:28 PM

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