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The Law School Rules

Author : T. D. Lewis
ISBN : STANFORD:36105060395998
Genre : Law
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The Law School Of Harvard College

Author : Joel Parker
ISBN : HARVARD:HN42V7
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The Law School Experience

Author : Lissa Griffin
ISBN : STANFORD:36105063260348
Genre : Law
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Law School Rules

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ISBN : OCLC:64557400
Genre : Law schools
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Handbook Of The Association Of American Law Schools And Proceedings Of The Annual Meeting

Author : Association of American Law Schools
ISBN : OSU:32437000671327
Genre : Law
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History Of The Yale Law School

Author : Anthony T. Kronman
ISBN : 0300128762
Genre : Law
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The entity that became the Yale Law School started life early in the nineteenth century as a proprietary school, operated as a sideline by a couple of New Haven lawyers. The New Haven school affiliated with Yale in the 1820s, but it remained so frail that in 1845 and again in 1869 the University seriously considered closing it down. From these humble origins, the Yale Law School went on to become the most influential of American law schools. In the later nineteenth century the School instigated the multidisciplinary approach to law that has subsequently won nearly universal acceptance. In the 1930s the Yale Law School became the center of the jurisprudential movement known as legal realism, which has ever since shaped American law. In the second half of the twentieth century Yale brought the study of constitutional and international law to prominence, overcoming the emphasis on private law that had dominated American law schools. By the end of the twentieth century, Yale was widely acknowledged as the nation’s leading law school. The essays in this collection trace these notable developments. They originated as a lecture series convened to commemorate the tercentenary of Yale University. A distinguished group of scholars assembled to explore the history of the School from the earliest days down to modern times. This volume preserves the highly readable format of the original lectures, supported with full scholarly citations. Contributors to this volume are Robert W. Gordon, Laura Kalman, John H. Langbein, Gaddis Smith, and Robert Stevens, with an introduction by Anthony T. Kronman.

The Law School Curriculum And Advocacy Training

Author : American Bar Association. Law Student Division. Committee on Education for Advocacy
ISBN : STANFORD:36105062976845
Genre : Law
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Announcement Of The Law School

Author : Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College. Law School
ISBN : UIUC:30112111891658
Genre : Law schools
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Standards Rules Of Procedure For Approval Of Law Schools

Author : American Bar Association
ISBN : STANFORD:36105064192912
Genre : Law
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Rules And Regulations Of The Law School 1868?

Author : Harvard Law School
ISBN : OCLC:81703332
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Approval Of Law Schools

Author : American Bar Association
ISBN : IND:39000007499572
Genre : Law schools
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Standards Rules Of Procedure For Approval Of Law Schools

Author : American Bar Association
ISBN : STANFORD:36105134465363
Genre : Law
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The Law School Gamble

Author : Matthew J. Marzetti
ISBN : 9781449020903
Genre : Business & Economics
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Each year, thousands of people enter law school hoping to land high-paying jobs after graduation. Misleading career statistics might have some students believing there are plenty of lucrative options, but that is not the reality. In fact, law school is a very risky investment, as many attorneys are struggling financially and are dissatisfied with their careers. If you are thinking of going to law school, you need to understand the various risks involved with pursuing a law degree. With unabashed honesty, The Law School Gamble discusses the educational experience and the realistic career options for recent graduates. This book also reveals the true financial implications of going to law school and working as a lawyer. So before you submit your tuition down payment, learn the truth about the legal profession. www.lawschoolgamble.com

Standards For Approval Of Law Schools And Interpretations

Author : American Bar Association
ISBN : MINN:31951D022212844
Genre : Law
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Writing Essay Exams To Succeed In Law School

Author : John C. Dernbach
ISBN : 9781454848462
Genre : Law
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Ancillary purchase book appropriate for incoming and first - year law students, law students in academic support programs, pre - law students, and graduates studying for the bar exam. Features: The student answer to the Hayakawa problem in Chapter 4 is now annotated to show key features, such as explanations of rules, explanation of elements, application of sub-elements to facts, and conclusions An all-new Chapter 8 explains how exams are like the real practice of law

State Rules Permitting The Student Practice Of Law

Author : Institute of Judicial Administration
ISBN : STANFORD:36105043990766
Genre : Law
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Law School In A Can

Author : Christy Baker
ISBN : 9780557383801
Genre : Law
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"Maybe you've heard law school compared to medical school. Maybe you've heard it compared to war. Meet someone who has experience with either, and you'll learn that law school is much easier than both." Join recent law school graduate Christy Baker as she lifts the veil on law school. You'll learn what to expect from professors, other students, and classes. You'll also get an overview of first year courses, in language that's accessible and easy to understand. So crack open a cold one and get comfortable.

Demystifying The First Year Of Law School

Author : Albert J. Moore
ISBN : STANFORD:36105134498208
Genre : Education
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Demystifying the First Year of Law School: A Guide to the 1L Experience provides law students with explicit frameworks for reading and analyzing court opinions in all first year courses. Using hypothetical classroom dialogues, the book explains how these frameworks will help student understand and participate in classroom discussions, answer questions on exams, and use the skills learned in the first year when representing clients in practice. Unraveling the mysteries of the first year of law school, authors Moore and Binder provide clear definitions, along with concrete examples, of the two types of legal issues typically addressed in court opinions illustrations of the six types of arguments routinely used by courts, lawyers and professors to resolve legal issues. These illustrations should help students understand a court's rationale for its decision and help students make legal arguments on exams and in practice a straightforward explanation for the use of the question-and-answer format in first year classrooms, with numerous illustrative examples of hypothetical in-class dialogues a step-by-step approach for briefing court opinions in preparation for class, along with a companion website with illustrative examples of case briefs of court opinions in subjects addressed in first year courses Written by top scholars drawing on their experience as authors and educators, Demystifying the First Year of Law School: A Guide to the 1L Experience, gives the benefit of experience to the uninitiated. It's ideal as a companion to any first year course, as a text in a legal methods or academic support course, or as background for a law school orientation program. A Teacher's Manual is available at www/aspenlawschool.com/books/moorebinder.

How I Beat Law School At Its Own Game And You Can Too

Author : Brent McDonald
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Genre : Education
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Some books cover everything from getting into law school to going to your first interview, or even how to practice law. Others focus solely on taking your exams. This book is about one thing – getting A’s in law school. But it starts at the beginning of school and ends at your final exam. It is the complete package of what you need to get A’s without discussing off-topic items, such as interviewing skills. This isn't another “work harder” or “be more intelligent” type of book. Instead, it teaches anyone how to get A’s by playing the game correctly. The techniques in the book have been tested and proven by numerous law students, and will work for you too. Here is what you will find in this book: • What to expect in the classroom. Want to know what law school is really like? Ease your pre-law school nerves by understanding how each class will be conducted, and understanding the different types of professors you will encounter. You will also learn how the court systems are structured and understand why you will read and brief cases in law school. • The psychological game. Unfortunately, law school is a psychological game that you must be prepared to deal with. The book covers the games played by your professors and some of your fellow students so that you can take it in stride and focus on getting good grades instead. • Getting a jump start. There is a simple technique that you can follow to buy yourself an extra week of studying at exam time. This technique is covered in detail. • Getting the big picture. One of the most frustrating things about law school is that professors intentionally or unintentionally “hide the ball.” Luckily for you, there is a simple technique that won’t require digging through hundreds of pages of expensive supplements. This book shares that technique with you to get you ahead of the rest of your class in seeing the big picture. • I.R.A.C. This book covers how to use IRAC to brief cases, but also how to take it one step further to give you what you need to ace your exams. • Note Taking in Class. Note taking in law school is an art. Learn the specifics of what should and should not be included in your notes. By following this novel technique, you will save valuable hours come exam time. • Study Aids. Should you spend your money on study aids? Learn the pros and cons and the proper way to use study aids to maximize your study time and potential to get A’s. • Studying for the Exam. The last week or two before exams is the time that separates that A’s from everything else. This book walks you through how to use your time day-by-day. Also learn concrete methods to reduce your material to the essentials and what you should and should not memorize for your exams. Following these techniques will send you to your exams more prepared than nearly all of your fellow students without killing you in the process. • How to Ace the Exam. Learn everything you need to know about how to actually get A’s on your exams (both open and closed book exams). You will learn how exams are graded and why more than just issue spotting is required. Learn how to lay out your exam answer from start to finish in a format that will set you apart from the average student. Using this book’s techniques will alleviate significant stress as you will have a clear game plan and steps that you can follow to maximize your allotted exam time. The step-by-step techniques taught in this book were written by a practicing lawyer. The author was an average undergraduate student, but he graduated at the top of his class after figuring out how to play the game of law school.

Minnesota Rules Of Court

Author : Minnesota
ISBN : MINN:31951D03141396G
Genre : Court rules
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