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Advocating the use of study tools – 2L/3L Mastery and more

September 24, 2019

By Stephanie Baldwin, University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law Last year, I wrote about the different type of supplements that are available to law students. This year I want to talk about how you can use them effectively. Last week the 1LLife wrote a great article about one of the supplements I […]

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Understanding your graduation requirements, starting in 2L year

September 17, 2019

Stephanie Baldwin, 2L at the University of Arizona Graduation requirements? Do you know what your graduation requirements are? I know it seems ridiculously early to be concerned with this. We are just first semester 2Ls after all, but I’ve got plans! When I told a few people about this weeks blog topic, they mostly fell […]

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Tax attorney success story: Passing with BARBRI (twice!)

September 12, 2019

By Alexandra Zaunbrecher, Esq. Mergers and Acquisitions Tax Group | KPMG US I chose to sit the Louisiana State Bar Exam right out of law school. Being a Louisiana native and having attended Louisiana State University for my undergraduate and law degree, I thought I would most likely practice within my home state. I also […]

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OCI success: Three things to do during the callback

August 23, 2019

GUEST BLOG Stephanie Baldwin, 2L at the University of Arizona OCI Welcome back to school my fellow 2Ls! Depending on where you are in the country you might be already into your second week of school, or just about to start. One thing we all have in common is the OCI process. Last year I […]

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Working in BigLaw: A summer associate reflection

August 23, 2019

Makenzie Way, 3L at the University of Pennsylvania Law School Big Law Having spent my 1L summer working for a small public interest legal aid, I was curious and excited to see how working in a big law firm would differ from my prior experience. I knew the budget would be bigger, meaning we would […]

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Tips for dealing with family and friends during bar prep

June 27, 2019

GUEST BLOG by Sara Valentine, Graduate of Capital University Law School Guest insight: What they think about bar prep and Tips and tricks when dealing with family members and friends Hey, everyone! Today I met with my friend Scott to discuss his experience with bar prep and his tips and tricks. I wanted to pass […]

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Five self-help tips … before that dreaded bar prep meltdown

June 21, 2019

GUEST BLOG by Sara Valentine, Graduate of Capital University Law School Stay calm! We got this. We’re approaching that notorious time in bar prep, when all of your lawyer friends say, “Oh, I had a meltdown, you’ll have one, too. It’ll be fine.” … PARDON ME? This is probably true. We’re close to July and […]

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Bar prep assigned essays: Don’t miss easy ways to pick up points

June 13, 2019

By Sara Valentine, Graduate of Capital University Law School Assigned essays for grading, anyone? How many weeks are we in now? What day is it? Should I wear a hoodie or shirt today? Tbh, I’m at the point where I don’t know what day it is, but I can rattle off the Criminal Law distinctions […]

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My BARBRI bar prep favorite: Personal Study Plan and ISAAC

June 6, 2019

[ Sara Valentine, Graduate of Capital University Law School ] Okay, everyone, how’s it going? We’re well into week three of bar prep, the bar exam is next month … we’re fine, right? Good. I want to talk about my absolute favorite part of BARBRI Bar Review: the Personalized Study Plan or “PSP” for short. […]

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The “keys” to studying well? Tap into the right bar prep app

May 28, 2019

GUEST BLOG by Sara Valentine, Graduate of Capital University Law School Let’s talk about a super helpful bar exam prep tool that I’ve been able to take with me on-the-go. If you’re like me, I get a little anxious when I have to leave bar studying for a while or want to interrupt the monotony […]

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