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|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
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|Description:||301 pages ; 21 cm|
|Contents:||1. Getting in. Getting ready ; Should you take time off before law school? ; Are you committed? ; The LSAT ; Making the case for yourself ; The personal statement ; How to get great recommendations ; How to get personal interviews at schools that don't interview ; The critical importance of follow-through ; How to target your applications to the right schools for you ; How you should define "best" for yourself ; Financing your legal education --
2. What you need to learn. What you need to know before you begin ; To brief or not to brief? that is the question ; Surviving the Socratic method ; Mastering the fine art of examsmanship ; How to make faculty members like you ; "Hitting the wall" is part of the law school experience ; How to get the most from your legal education ; Facing the job market ; Unhappy lawyers and how to avoid becoming one ; Work that matters, professionalism, defining it for yourself.
|Responsibility:||Susan Estrich ; [foreword by Kathleen M. Sullivan].|