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The classic survival guide to one of the toughest academic challenges you’ll ever face—first - year law... Slaying the Law School Dragon Second Edition First-year law classes are notoriously competitive and the pressure to excel is intense. Yet, each year, nearly 50,000 students willingly subject themselves to that ordeal. Written by a graduate of New York University Law School who went on to become a California Deputy Attorney General, Slaying the Law School Dragon gives law students precisely the brand of no-nonsense, practical advice they need to overcome the obstacles and pitfalls that can trip them up in their first year. While preparing students for all the intellectual rigors of law school, this witty, at times irreverent guide also steels them against the emotional demands placed on first-year students by professors’ attempts to intimidate and appraise them. In Slaying the Law School Dragon, readers will find invaluable tips on how to prepare in advance of the first day of classes; how to study effectively for class; how to prepare for exams; how to put together a brief; how to compose an argument; as well as overview chapters on first-year law courses. Offering the kinds of insights and advice that most students learn the hard way, Slaying the Law School Dragon gives students an indispensable competitive edge.
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Why do thousands of top notch students drop or flunk out of law school? This primer examines the problems that law student face and shows them how to stay in school, pass the bar, and go on to a rewarding professional career. Offers an overview of day-to-day law school existence. It offers a capsulized view of the four major first-year courses and illustrates novel methods of study, using real case studies to give a clear idea of what to expect in assignments. Finally, chapters on how to choose a specialty and a place to practice as well as how to get clients, help students with overall career planning.About the Author:
George J. Roth survived New York University Law School by using the methods he lays out in this book. After ten years in private practice in California, he served as a California Deputy Attorney General, and in that capacity, argued three cases before the U.S. Supreme Court.
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Book Description Wiley, 1991. Paperback. Condition: New. Brand New!. Seller Inventory # VIB0471542989
Book Description Wiley. PAPERBACK. Condition: New. 0471542989 New Condition. Seller Inventory # NEW7.0185558
Book Description Wiley, 1991. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0471542989