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A Case for Law School

Should graduating from an ABA accredited law school and passing the bar be a requirement for the practice of law in the United States? This issue has come under increased scrutiny. Particularly in the past months as we see the…

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Is Anyone Going to Law School Anymore?

Recent reports from The Law School Admissions Council (LSAC), the organization that administers the LSAT, predicted that law school applications are heading for a 30 year low. Of the 200 law schools in the United States, all but 4 are…

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LSAT + Summer = Awesome times!

If you’re still in school, you’re probably just finishing exams right now (or you may be among the lucky few who are done). You may already have your summer plans set (job, relaxation, backpacking across Europe, etc) and you’re wondering…

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June is a great month for . . .

June is one of those particularly great months of the year – graduation, sleep-away camp, the LSAT and weddings. An upcoming wedding in my family reminded me of the usefulness of taking any event and turning it into a Logic…

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Why Law? The Answer May Be Different Than You Think!

Why law?
Assuming that everyone reading this is at least thinking about law school, I’m sure that’s a question that each of you has asked.
A lot of people would probably be surprised by your answer.
Stereotypically, lawyers are about…

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Do You Know Where You’re Going To? Pre-LSAT Prep Can Help.

I received a great text message two days ago: one of my tutoring students informed me that he was accepted to a number of law schools, including his number one choice! I immediately phoned him to offer my congratulations and…

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The LSAT Writing Sample – Everything you wanted to know but were afraid to ask

I was speaking with some of my students during our class break today and the conversation turned to the LSAT Writing Sample – the least feared section of the LSAT. I don’t think we’ve ever discussed it here in the…

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Putting the “Game” Back into Logic Games

I was talking to one of my students (let’s call her Alisha, to protect the innocent) after class the other night and, as is often the case, the discussion turned to logic games. Alisha was finding games really frustrating –…

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Practice for the LSAT? Try TV Commercials

There are a few television shows that I love to watch and I eagerly look forward to sitting down and catching up with my favorite characters or matching my trivia knowledge to others. The best part of TV these days…

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Scoring Higher on Reading Comp – The Power of Prediction

Like all sections of the LSAT, Reading Comprehension presents its own challenges. Students looking at Reading Comp often comment on the difficulty of reading through long (and sometimes boring) passages and answering questions in limited time. The ultimate goal of…

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