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The Best Law Schools to Fit Your Foodie Lifestyle

You’ve been known to pontificate on the medicinal properties of turmeric, you can eye up just the right amount of fish sauce to add for that extra boost of umami, and you’re always first in line at the latest food

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The Music Lover’s Guide to Law School: Rocking a Career in Entertainment Law

Your inner ears feel naked without earbuds; you laugh in Pandora’s general direction when generating a party playlist, and Pitchfork reviews are your bedtime stories. You love music more than anything… and you’re going to law school. Fortunately, choosing

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Tip of the Week: Necessary vs. Sufficient LSAT Assumption Questions

LSAT assumption questions are the backbone of the LSAT Logical Reasoning section– the argument principles underlying assumption questions form the basis of the whole shebang!  It makes sense that getting really, really good at assumptions will get us to …

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Tip of the Week: Balancing LSAT Prep with Busy Schedule

So it’s time to study for the LSAT—or at least schedule your LSAT prep—and you somehow have to balance this with a full schedule.

You may be changing careers, or perhaps you’ve discovered that a law degree would be …

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How Long Should I Study For the LSAT?

Everybody who has ever come near the LSAT has probably at least considered the “how long will I have to study for the LSAT?” question, and there’s a lot of different ways to answer it, because everyone brings some different …

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Top Ten Funniest Test Responses Ever

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Ah Finals Week! It’s the time of year where your friends vanish along with …

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7 Tips for Balancing LSAT Prep with a Full Schedule

So it’s time to study for the LSAT—or at least schedule your LSAT prep—and you somehow have to balance this with a full schedule.

You may be changing careers, or perhaps you’ve discovered that a law degree would be an …

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The Kaplan LSAT Raven

That’s right, in honor of Halloween, I have written you the weirdest LSAT-related blog post you’re likely to encounter; making liberal use of Edgar Allen Poe’s The Raven.

 

For your perusal…

The Kaplan LSAT Raven

Once upon a midnight dreary, …

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Going to Law School in Today’s Changing Job Market

The long-term opportunities of a law school education

You don’t have to be taking the LSAT or going to law school to know that technology is affecting the basic socioeconomic (or “techonomic”) structures of our culture, changing the …

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LSAT Score Received… Now What?

LSAT scores are being released today, so many of you are probably wondering what your next steps are.  Naturally, every single one of us is going to have a reaction based on the number we see in that email or …

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