1000 Days to the Bar, But the Practice of Law Begins Now

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W.S. Hein & Company, 2003 - Law - 186 pages
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This book offers beginning law students an extraordinary and novel approach to the study of law. An underlying premise of this book is that as law students commence their studies, they intend to do their personal best on the path to their doctoral degree, and throughout their professional career. Thus, the thrust of this book is toward that goal - excellence. That lofty but ambiguous aspiration is more easily approached if it is divided into its most immediately realizable components: a rich, deep foundation for the professional practice of law; grades reflecting the student's personal best effort; and first-time bar passage.

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Tonsing practiced law from 1974-1992 in California. Presently he serves as Dean of Students and Director of the Academic Support Program at Roger Williams University Ralph R. Papitto School of Law in Bristol, Rhode Island.

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