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Your Personal Statement: What not to put in.

People always want to know what they should write about in their law school personal statement but sometimes it is just as important to know what not to put in it.  The people looking at your essay read thousands upon …

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The LSAT: It is relevant to law school and beyond.

By:  Aaron Abernathy

It’s fair to say that many, if not most, LSAT test-takers don’t find studying for the LSAT the most fun they ever had. Many dislike it with an intensity that’s only slightly less than that of a …

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From Law School to the Courtroom: Etiquette Matters.

Hey future 1Ls, manners do matter…

During the summer of 2012, I was fortunate enough to extern for the Honorable Judge Gregory Alarcon.  Judge Alarcon was a litigator the first 20 years of his career and has since been on …

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Large Firm Job Hopes? Your Law School Choice Can Make a Difference

According to a recent Kaplan survey, roughly four out of ten law school applicants are expecting to work for a large law firm.  But, are these expectations realistic?

As the Wall Street Journal’s Law Blog points out, far fewer …

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How Do law Schools View Multiple LSAT scores?

You are trying to figure out how each of the law schools to which you are thinking of applying will view your multiple LSAT scores.  There is no set standard for this and you will need to research it …

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Applying to Law School? Stressed? Find help here…

You’re carrying a full class load and studying extra hours to keep that GPA up and score well on the LSAT. You’re involved in community/volunteer service and extracurricular activities, finals are coming up, you have a part-time job that’s …

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The LSAT: Best Study Habits Part Two

 

Here are tips three and four… 

Bad Habit #3:  Not committing to your study schedule.

 You want to be a lawyer.  You WILL be a lawyer.  Don’t be that person who has an achievable dream and throws it away …

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The LSAT: Best Study Habits Part I

You may be wondering why there’s a picture of a man rocking a 70’s mullet drinking from the Stanley Cup in an LSAT blog.

Our stylish friend in the picture?  He’s partaking of the time-honoured tradition of Stanley Cup winners, …

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Retaking the LSAT in October – Part Two

The previous discussion covered questions you should ask yourself regarding your previous performance, now we’re looking toward the future …

As you contemplate whether you should retake the test, you need to consider your past performance but you also need …

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You’ve taken the June LSAT – should you retake the LSAT in October?

To retake or not to retake the LSAT in October?

Every summer – without fail – this turns out to be one of the most often-asked questions that I get from my law school applicants.  (Actually, it wins out …

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