Acing your first year of law school: the ten steps to success you won't learn in class

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Fred B. Rothman, 1999 - Law - 129 pages
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Provides advice for first year law students on a variety of issues to help them avoid the pitfalls that are common amongst first year students. THIS BOOK IS PART OF OUR STUDENT SURVIVAL PACK...6 books for one low price (see Hein Item #324340).

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User Review  - coolsnak3 - LibraryThing

i read this since i plan to attend law school in the fall. i sure hope it helps!! from the sound of it, i'll need all the help i can get. ps. see you in three years, librarything. :*( Read full review

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User Review  - Adrienna - Goodreads

It was okay. I am not sure if it was beneficial. I found out more information with CLEO (www.cleo.org) when I went to a law school seminiar in July 2008. Books is one tool, but insight from real people was much better. Read full review

Contents

How to Brief a Case
13
Learning from Socratic Class Discussion
23
Navigating the Bluebook of Legal Citation
31
Copyright

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