From the Publisher
Many law students are unprepared for law school. Once law school begins, however, the reading load is enormous, and any "extra-curricular" reading is unappealing. Law School Fast Track is a concise, inexpensive, and easy-to-read guide written in an approachable, peer tone. In focusing on the first week of law school, this book emphasizes the importance of establishing and maintaining good habits, thus giving the reader simple tools to excel in law school.
From the Author
I wrote Law School Fast Track because there was nothing like it when I started law school. I had read several of the typically recommended law school guides and found that I had to slog through hundreds of pages of details that I already knew (and didn't need to read again), or that simply didn't matter to me. And when I was actually in law school, I realized that I had missed many of the basic points that would have helped tremendously. In addition to a mass of details, these books contained a jumble of opinions with no clear answers. Law School Fast Track cuts through the fluff, isn't afraid to be concise, and answers those essential questions.
I assume that those reading this book are smart, and don't need self-explanatory advice. The advice is this book is a culmination of real experience, boiled down to the essential tips and habits that will help you, reducing stress and maximizing results in law school. By focusing on these key habits you need for law school, Law School Fast Track quickly gives you the tools you need for that essential edge, and nothing more.