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Law School Studies: Five Ways to Avoid Procrastination

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Are you beginning law school soon? This is a challenge you will need to meet head-on, and preparation is key. Here are five helpful tips: Head into your first year organized. While it is understandable that you may want to spend your last truly free summer engaged in recreational activities, do yourself a big favor and start setting yourself up for success early on—especially if you tend to be a procrastinator and there is the potential for falling behind quickly. Begin getting your sleep schedule on track, and make sure your living arrangements are stable. Prepare yourself for a stringent schedule...

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The Law School Years: How to Have a Home Life Too

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Before you even head off to law school, you may be steeling yourself for the feeling of never having free time again. Many of us hear horror stories—some extreme—about the rigors of being a first-year law student especially, with some students even developing health problems after becoming so stressed out. The key of course though, is preparation and organization. You must start out that way, and try not to ever get behind, as that is when you may feel overtaken and overwhelmed by the amount of work facing you. If you enter law school with complete dedication and the ability to...

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Why Outlining is So Important to Your Law School Studying

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Although you may have dreamed of being a lawyer your whole life, braving four years of law school can seem like a daunting task, to say the least--along with tackling outlining, briefing, and extended reading for enormous amounts of studying. Most of us have heard the stories about the competitive atmosphere, long hours and late nights burning midnight oil, and high dropout rates; however, if you are enthusiastic and motivated to succeed, chances are you will put the required organizational skills into place and thrive. If you are not already on your A game when it comes to studying, prepare to...

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