The title is a bit misleading.
With just under three weeks until graduation and one take home to finish up tomorrow, I have concluded that there is no one formula to follow for succeeding in law school. My friends and I have each developed our own approaches for studying, preparing, and surviving in law school.
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I couldn’t let this day go by without posting.
Tonight, I have my last substantive class in law school. Next week, two classes meet, but both will be review sessions.
So, at 7:35 p.m. tonight, I will be done with law school classes. All that’s left is a few exams.
“Lately it occurs to me, [...]
As I may have mentioned before, I’ve had a class this semester called “Virginia Bar Preparation and Procedure.” It’s a pass-fail, 3-credit class that introduces students to the substantive law for the multi-state and Virginia-specific portions of the bar exam. It also gets you working questions from past exams—21 Virginia essays and 200 multi-state questions [...]
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