Adventures Of A Law Student

  1. I’m a Lawyer ……….. Almost

    I’m a Lawyer ……….. Almost

  2. PAYING FOR LAW SCHOOL

    Law school is not cheap. Aside from relying upon a parent or relative to pick up the tab, many students will be left to borrow the money to finance their legal education. While loans may provide the only way for some students to obtain a legal education, prospective law students should still research and consider other alternatives. These include scholarships, post-graduate fellowships to payoff loans, e.g., legal aid work, grants, and other contests.

  3. The Best Way to Memorize Tort Cases

    Remembering things for any test is hard, but keeping track of all the cases you’ll learn in torts is going to be one of the toughest tests of your memory you face in law school. How do you memorize torts cases in a way so that you don’t forget that key case come exam day? Because torts was my best subject 1L year, I wanted to share with you my strategy for getting a great grade. Here’s what I found to be the best way to memorize torts cases

  4. What Legally Blonde Forgot To Tell You About Law School

    One could only wish law school was so easy and glamorous

  5. Biggest LSAT Myths and Fun LSAT Facts

    Busting all myths about the LSAT. Great article.

  6. If I had to give advice at Law School Orientation

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7 Ways to Reach Your Goals & Not Give Up
This can apply to fitness, health, work or just life in general.
Take a Shot - Nothing tried, nothing done. Every day holds a new opportunity.
Be Realistic - If you set unrealistic goals for yourself, you may be setting yourself up for failure.
Stay Strong -  Stick with it. It will get better.
Keep on Target - If you don’t see a change, try a new approach.
Persist - No one said it was going to be easy. Keep going.
Don’t Doubt - It will be worth it.
Push Yourself - Don’t give up. You’re almost there.
Reblog to share.
Follow my blog for more #motivational infographics:)

    sassyfitblog:

    7 Ways to Reach Your Goals & Not Give Up

    This can apply to fitness, health, work or just life in general.

    1. Take a Shot - Nothing tried, nothing done. Every day holds a new opportunity.
    2. Be Realistic - If you set unrealistic goals for yourself, you may be setting yourself up for failure.
    3. Stay Strong -  Stick with it. It will get better.
    4. Keep on Target - If you don’t see a change, try a new approach.
    5. Persist - No one said it was going to be easy. Keep going.
    6. Don’t Doubt - It will be worth it.
    7. Push Yourself - Don’t give up. You’re almost there.

    Reblog to share.

    Follow my blog for more #motivational infographics:)

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  8. Tips for studying

    Tips for studying

  9. Law School Problem.

    Law School Problem.

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  10. In a perfect world

    In a perfect world

  11. LSAT Logic Games | Logic Games Basics | How to Diagram LSAT Logic Games

  12. Mandela rainbowA rainbow forms over the Union Buildings in Pretoria, South Africa, Thursday, Dec. 12, 2013, after the public viewing of the late former South African President Nelson Mandela’s casket lying in state finished for the day. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)Mandela rainbow

    Mandela rainbow

    A rainbow forms over the Union Buildings in Pretoria, South Africa, Thursday, Dec. 12, 2013, after the public viewing of the late former South African President Nelson Mandela’s casket lying in state finished for the day. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)Mandela rainbow

  13. When you tell yourself that finals week will get easier after a few exams are out of the way but then you realize that it’s becoming progressively more difficult to give any semblance of a fuck

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