From the Back Cover
"The advice in this book helps you make the most of your law school experience."
Sarah C. Zearfoss, The University of Michigan Law School
Covers crucial study skills, test-taking, and job hunting
Choose your courses, stay sane, and survive your exams!
Looking to get into and graduate from law school? Written from the students point of view, this friendly guide gives you the inside track on everything from finding the right school and acing the LSAT to surviving the Socratic Method, choosing a practice area, preparing for the bar exam, and much more.
Praise for Law School For Dummies
"Anyone who enters law school without having first read this essential instruction manual will be at a competitive disadvantage."
Jef Richards, JD, PhD, Professor of Advertising, The University of Texas at Austin
"A comprehensive guide that explodes the myths surrounding law school and enables you to chart a successful career path."
Donna Gerson, author of Choosing Small, Choosing Smart: Job Search Strategies for Lawyers in the Small Firm Market
About the Author
Rebecca Greene, JD, is a May 2003 graduate of Indiana University School of LawBloomington. A contributor to the American Bar Associations Student Lawyer magazine, she also wrote for Petersons Law Schools.