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August 20, 2005

Scoplaw: Off the Cuff Advice

Some Off the Cuff Advice from the Scoplaw on starting law school:

Part of that first year overwhelming feeling is that at the very beginning you’ll be trying to learn several things at once: you’ll be learning about the institution you’re in, it’s various written and unwritten rules; then there’s the way the law is organized and presented; then there are the “big issues” that the law touches up on.  It gets much easier as you go.  Keep telling yourself that.

The post is specifically for those starting Section 3 at Georgetown, but just about any 1L at any school could benefit from the advice it contains.

Posted by mowabb at August 20, 2005 07:10 AM

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