I have kids. (Hang on — you’ll see what this has to do with the standard of care soon.) My kids are sometimes clumsy and have accidents. (Like any kids who are not partly genetically cats.) They will trip and fall . . . over their own feet. Or my feet. Or my wife’s. Or […]
How do you beat law school?
(Or the bar exam?)
To beat both you must master one skill:
BUT: law schools don’t really teach this skill.
Luckily, I do. Find out more:
- Standard of care: nail negligence issues on torts exams
- Law School Success Tips, Part 6 of 10: What To Do In Class
- Law School Success Tips, Part 5 of 10: How To Read Cases Faster
- Law School Success Tips, Part 4 of 10: The Black Letter Law
- Law School Success Tips, Part 3 of 10: Study The Law Directly
Here are some recent posts:
This is Part 6 of 10. These are links to Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, and Part 5. What are you doing in class? What should you be doing in class? Watch the video below, and then read a bit more of the text. In short, what should you be listening for […]
This is Part 5 of 10. These are links to Part 1, Part 2, Part 3 and Part 4. Last time we discussed the black letter law and why it was important. This time, in light of the importance of the black letter law, this video discusses (1) why it is still important to read […]
This is Part 4 of 10. These are links to Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3. Last time we discussed how to study the law — not by reading cases, but by studying the law more directly. The “law” I refer to here is the black letter law — the most stripped down form of the […]
This is Part 3 of 10. These are links to Part 1 and Part 2. Last time we talked about avoiding case-related busy work. The tip I offer below will help you immediately reduce your study time, while retaining just as much important information. Watch the video and then read the rest of my explanation below. You […]