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Weekly 180: Law School Rankings via Yelp

Weekly 180: Law School Rankings via Yelp

From UC Law students saving a buck on tuition and fees to Yelp offering its own law school rankings—let’s dig into this week’s top stories in law school admissions and legal news. Tell us in the comments section which law-related …

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Why You Should Apply as a Part-Time Student

Why You Should Apply as a Part-Time Student

When filling out your law school application, you may be asked to indicate whether you’re interested in pursuing study as a full-time or part-time student. For the majority of applications, you’re allowed to check only one. Some schools, however, allow …

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Weekly 180: Making Legal News at Age 100

Weekly 180: Making Legal News at Age 100

An inmate earns his JD, a centenarian professor continues to teach after 60 years, and the gap year gets a little validation—let’s dig into this week’s top stories in law school admissions and legal news. Tell us in the comments …

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Postponing Test Day for a Better LSAT Score

Postponing Test Day for a Better LSAT Score

Using a practice test as an effective study tool can sometimes involve being brutally honest with yourself—especially when you’re not hitting your target LSAT score close to Test Day. There are tough questions you may need to ask, weighing the …

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Weekly 180: Pre-Law Survey Results, Studying Deflategate

Weekly 180: Pre-Law Survey Results, Studying Deflategate

From law school graduates and pre-law students weighing in on how to slash tuition, to studying #Deflategate in the classroom—let’s dig into this week’s legal news headlines. Tell us in the comments section which law related stories are on your …

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Scoring Higher on LSAT Reading Comprehension

Scoring Higher on LSAT Reading Comprehension

Like all sections of the exam, LSAT reading comprehension presents its own unique challenges. Without right strategy, slogging through difficult passages can seriously hamper your LSAT score.

LSAT reading comprehension strategy

Pre-law students encountering reading comprehension for the first time …

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Weekly 180: Pre-Law Prospects, LSAT Score Leaders

Weekly 180: Pre-Law Prospects, LSAT Score Leaders

From learning which law schools boast the highest median LSAT scores to a top-ranked JD program buddying up with a business school—let’s dig into this week’s legal news and pre-law headlines. Tell us in the comments section which law related …

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Jobs in Law for Entrepreneurial JDs

Jobs in Law for Entrepreneurial JDs

Choosing a career path from among the many jobs in law is not always easy—not only because legal jobs exist in nearly all industries and encompass a variety of functions, but because an increasing number of JDs are starting their own law …

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Weekly 180: Marijuana Making Legal News, Professor Obama?

Weekly 180: Marijuana Making Legal News, Professor Obama?

Let’s dig into this week’s top headlines for savvy pre-law and JD students—from checking in with the Class of 2010 to a legal perspective on legalized pot. By all means, please leave your opinions in the comment section. We want …

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How to Hack LSAT Logic Games

How to Hack LSAT Logic Games

It’s not uncommon for pre-law students to struggle with LSAT logic games, especially at the beginning of the preparation process—after all, these sections are probably the weirdest looking thing on the test.

So, whether you’re an analytical reasoning master or …

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