Six things to remember for your 3L law school checklist

October 2, 2020

[ Stephanie Baldwin, 3L at the University of Arizona ] If you’ve followed my law school journey since 1L year, you know I’m a bit of a long-term planner, which is also puzzling because I can be a procrastinator, too. Perhaps it’s the security of a plan that allows me to hit all of my […]

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The MPRE and what you can’t bring with you on test day

November 1, 2019

[ Makenzie Way, 3L at the University of Pennsylvania ] Think you have free range on what you may bring with you into the MPRE? Sadly, no. There are several items prohibited Purses, wallets and watches. They must be stored away during testing. Electronics. All electronics must be turned off and stored away, as well. […]

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Advice from 3Ls on how to prepare for your 2L summer

February 26, 2019

GUEST BLOG Makenzie Way, 2L at the University of Pennsylvania Law School So you’ve landed a summer job, but you don’t start until May, so what do you do to fill the time? Obviously, you want to come in prepared, make a good impression, convince them you’re worth a full-time job offer. How do you […]

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The MPRE may have an “easy” reputation, but don’t fall for it

October 11, 2018

Here’s what you’re up against when taking the Multistate Professional Responsibility Exam: 60 multiple-choice questions Ten of them will go unscored Two hours to complete the exam While nowhere near as long or as demanding as the bar exam, the MPRE is definitely in a category of its own. It can be complex and tricky. […]

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How to make law school life easier and less expensive

September 21, 2018

When entering law school, many students don’t know what to expect. They haven’t been able to attain relevant advice and aren’t sure of the ways, if any, law school varies from undergraduate. Most students plan to dive in — and hope to succeed — using trial-and-error. That’s not really the wisest approach. Here are several […]

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