Your Brain and Law School: A Context and Practice Book (Context and Practice Series) Kindle Edition
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Professor Herald brilliantly articulates the Egocentric Bias and how no one law school student escapes its effect. "People tend to overestimate the effect of bias on others' decisions, while denying their own." - This is just one of many insightful, well thought out discussions she dissects in her book.
This is a must read for any prospective student and those matriculating into the legal profession. The book is an eye-opening read for any student that seemed to receive grades that didn't match up with their 100% efforts. Professor Herald explains what the common pitfalls are and helps guide you through that windy bumpy road that is law school. I highly recommend this insightful and well thought out manual to success in law school.