General Advice

Beginning law school can be somewhat daunting and advice seems to be all around. In this section you will find some basic suggestions in regards to making the most of your first year of law school. From reading some books prior to orientation, to practicing time management skills and making changes during your second semester, Academic Advising has some recommendations for you.

1L FAQs
Often, incoming first-year students have general questions regarding the upcoming year. Here are a few frequently asked questions and answers.

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Change in the Second Semester
Ever wonder why some students just seem to naturally "get it?"

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Study Aids in Law School
The majority of law students do use study aids at one point or another during their first year of law school.

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Suggested Reading
Sometimes admitted students are interested in preparing themselves prior to law school.

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Top Students' Study Tips
In an informal poll over various years, I asked some of the more successful first-year law students about their study habits.

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Time Management
When you think about law school, you should be thinking about problem-solving and learning the legal analytic way to solve those problems.

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