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Law Gossip: Hogwarts Confidential

It’s not every day that there is a lot of juicy, law-related gossip out there, but this is one of those days! For those of you in the know (I’m looking at you, there, on the internet while you’re “studying …

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Why Over What: Kaplan 180 Discussing LSAT Reading Comprehension

How much hair have you ripped out of your head asking yourself, “What’s the point to Reading Comprehension?”

Maybe you don’t get it, or maybe you think you got it yet still aren’t passing that LSAT section. Our LSAT 180 …

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A Little Bit About Villanova Law School

Villanova School of Law is the oldest Catholic law school in the great state of Pennsylvania, surrounded by positively Amish-like idyllic countryside, and close enough to Philadelphia, the city of brotherly love, to smell the cheese steaks cooking.  But even …

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AAGH! Law School Technology! Is Technophobia Hurting Law School Success?

There are plenty of things law school-related subjects that people complain about a lot: tuition, tough job markets, all that outlining. But legal scholar Oliver Goodenough has been discussing something he sees as more pressing: the lack of technology built …

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Be a Formal Logic Superhero!

July is finally here – that means different things for different people. For example, if you’re a super hero fan, it means awesome summer blockbusters. If you’re a law school hopeful, it means bearing down on the LSAT, including formal …

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Reading the Signs: What’s To Come On the October LSAT

One of many things our LSAT experts do better than meteorologists is forecasting, although they have the benefit of knowing that the LSAT is an eminently predictable beast. Get ready for some test day giant-slaying on our six part video

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A Legal Horse of a Different Color: Some Numbers for Prelaw Optimists

First, for something completely different: have you ever heard the one about the psychologist studying a pessimistic and an optimistic kid? The psychologist puts the children into two different rooms: one room with filled with toys, the other with random …

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4 Angry Reviewers – The 180’s Take on Law Flicks

One of the toughest things for law students to do is strike the right balance – sure, law school is tough and there’s a lot of work involved, but you have to keep sight of the fact that you should …

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Law School Bio: The Maurer School of Law at Indiana University, Bloomington

You might not think of law school life as necessarily idyllic, but The Maurer School of Law at Indiana University does its best to bring all of its fairy tale qualities to the fore, at least at first glance at …

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State vs. State: Where Law Jobs Are Hiding

There has been no shortage of reports on how poor the job market is for law school graduates admitted to the bar. Now, according to a new study conducted by Matt Leichter, an attorney who writes for the blog Law …

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