I have been waiting to post about this subject for quite a bit. I wrote about this subject about halfway through my second semester in law school. However, I hesitated in publishing this post because I didn't want to scare anyone away from law school. After mulling it over, I realized it is an important [...]
9 Tips for Midterms
Great news! I survived my first round of law school midterms. My results weren't horrible, so they've motivated me to work harder. I've made a list of what I've learned and hope to improve for finals. Outline frequently in smaller sections. Study with a combination of methods. For example, outlines, flashcards, and study groups. Do [...]
Orientation: Day 2 and 3
The rest of my orientation was not as exciting as the first day. It ended up being more of an academic orientation because the speakers and welcomes were finished. We finished our workshop on racism, then separated into our sections for academic orientation. They taught us how to brief cases, about the infamous IRAC form, [...]
Worst Case Scenario, You’re Going to Law School.
My law school application was a roller coaster, so I thought I'd share what happened on the ride. Since the fall, I applied to a good handful of schools. I applied everywhere on the spectrum. Starting from an impossible-to-get-in dream school, possible dream school, schools that fit my numbers in locations I liked, schools that [...]