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#The3Llife: Keeping Stress Under Control

September 28, 2017

GUEST BLOG Katie R. Day, Quinnipiac University School of Law, J.D. Candidate 2018 Full Disclosure: I barely had time to write this post. Between classes, clubs, homework, and things ramping up at my part-time job, I’ve been feeling stretched a bit thin. Why am I writing about this? Because I have a feeling I’m not […]

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#The3Llife: Big Brown Box

May 12, 2017

GUEST BLOG Lauren Rose, Graduate of the University of Detroit Mercy One day not very long ago, a large brown box was left on my doorstep. I attempted to pick up this large brown box and was shocked by the weight of it.  As I walked into my house, I read the shipping label on […]

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#The3Llife: Taking Advantage of Opportunities

April 13, 2017

GUEST BLOG Lauren Rose, 3L at University of Detroit Mercy As many of the readers may know, I am big on taking advantage of all opportunities that are made available. This is my motto for law school and for life in general. The most recent opportunity that fell into my lap: BARBRI Essay Advantage. This opportunity […]

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#The3Llife: Suggested Methods for Studying

December 8, 2016

GUEST BLOG by Lauren Rose, 3L at University of Detroit Mercy Whether we like it or not, finals are here. Hopefully you have been studying and keeping up on your outlines throughout the semester.  Also, I hope that you have figured out what study methods work best for you.  Here are a few methods that […]

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Pro Tips to Creating the Perfect 3L Schedule

November 17, 2016

Guest Blog By Lauren Rose, 3L at University of Detroit Mercy As a 3L, you’re seasoned in the art of scheduling and time management. Don’t rule out the obvious questions As they say, there is no such thing as a stupid question. Is this class notoriously difficult, and will I be taking it in tandem […]

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Considering Another State Bar Exam? 5 Strategies I Used To Minimize Time And Maximize Success On My 2nd Bar Exam

October 31, 2016

By Sam Farkas, BARBRI curriculum architect and instructor I took my first bar exam in the state of Florida in 2012. Through my role at BARBRI, I help students every day prepare for success on the bar exam; however, when I personally began preparing for my second state bar exam (Georgia) this past February, I […]

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Twinning the Bar Exam with BARBRI

September 30, 2016

GUEST BLOG by Taylor Friedlander, Esq. Director of Legal Education Great minds think alike – especially when they belong to identical twins! Sarin and Talin share more than just their DNA – they went to the same excellent law school – USC’s Gould School of Law – and also secured positions at the same top tier […]

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#The3Llife: Lessons I Have Learned in Law School

April 28, 2016

GUEST BLOG by Harrison Thorne, 3L at UCLA Law After three years of law school, I have learned a few things. Each semester has brought out a new set of lessons, and I am extremely grateful for all the experiences I have had—the good and the bad!  From my current perspective, I wish I would […]

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#The3Llife: Legal Writing

April 21, 2016

GUEST BLOG by Harrison Thorne, 3L at UCLA Law After three years in law school, two judicial externships, and a summer associate position at a big firm, I have done plenty of legal writing.  I will admit that this type of writing is not my strong-suit.  However, I have gotten pretty good at it.  Here’s […]

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#The3Llife: Planning Ahead for Finals

March 31, 2016

GUEST BLOG by Harrison Thorne, 3L at UCLA Law Finals are around the corner. Many law students will begin spending longer hours in the library. Panic will ensue. Instead of joining the masses, here are my suggestions: Prioritize what matters. Reading for classes is very important. However, late in the game, finals prep is more […]

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