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May 16, 2006

A 2L Gives Back

Austin, a 2L at Chicago-Kent, is working for CALI (The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction) and has started a blog to post some of his experience/advice for incoming law students. Topics so far have included: laptops in law classes, dealing with the socratic method, moot court, and the curve in law school. He'll be adding more as time goes by, focusing primarily on the first year experience and sharing what he learned to help make the process easier for others. Kudos to Austin—that sort of giving spirit is exactly what Blawg Wisdom is all about!

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Audacity's Three Bar Tips

Just in time for bar review season, Audacity recently linked to thesethree tips for bar exam preparation:

  1. Do many multiple choice questions, but pay attention to the answers.
  2. Forget the essays, know the outlines.
  3. Know who you can and cannot talk to.
Audacity explains each one of these great tips to help you cope w/the stress that is a mult-day exam that will determine your entire future. No pressure there...

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May 12, 2006

Advice for the Incoming Class of 2009

3L Epiphany offers a nice collection of Advice for the Incoming Class of 2009:

This advice is from members of the graduating Class of 2006, Ohio State University (Moritz Law School), and is intended as a gift to the Moritz Class of 2009. The majority of the advice is also applicable to other law schools.

If you're headed to law school you'll probably find something interesting there...

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