This guide offers candid and detailed descriptions of the challenges confronting the law student and provides concrete, workable suggestions on how to cope with them. The guide begins with a candid discussion of whether law school is a good choice for you. We explain why law school is probably not worthwhile to spend three expensive years while you figure out what you want to do with your life. After that, we provide guidance on choosing a law school that suits your particular goals and needs.
The central part of this audiobook describes the unique nature of legal education and provides helpful strategies for getting the most out of those three years. We discuss how law school differs from most undergraduate school and how to cope with a different style of teaching and grading. Since law school is primarily a preparation for being a lawyer, we discuss career options in some depth and focus on how to get the law job that you want after you graduate. Finally, we offer in-depth advice about coping with the psychological stress of law school. Law is a demanding profession, and it can be hard to balance the competing aspects of your life.
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