can you work as a law intern for a company with no attorney on board- instead you would working with outside counsel as to what can be done internally?
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So i was going to sign up with pmbr to lock in my rate and get the materials for 1L.
I saw that you can get a discount of $100 if you are a ABA member. Membership only costs 20 bucks.
Is it worth it? Yeah i know its only 20 bucks but do most students enroll in this??
ive heard that LS students can be very cliqy
I took the LSAt twice (dropped one score) and i hated having to go and wait with a bunch of strangers i didnt know. It seemed like everyone knew at least one person there except me. I would always be cramming with my kaplan book up until they assigned us to our classrooms.
is this what LS will be like??? ugh
I was never one to make friends easily within my classes. I did all of my work on my own. As an engineer student i would see packs of people studying before exams (i was too busy going out) but later on i jsut did all the work myself and i graudated a year earlier than my peers. All my friends were non engineers usually buisness or IT majors. Maybe because they actually had time to go out and have fun.
I dont think im the type to need a study group in LS. I think it will distract me more than help...
ok so i have heard conflicting advice on which supplements to buy!
But i think majority has said that E&e is good and chemerinsky for con law...
should i buy them in the summer?? or should i wait until i see what books are used for class??
i was also going to sign up with barbri and pmbr to get the free matierlas since some swear buy it
I plan to buy LEEWS and listen to it over the summer
can anyone offer some advice? I dont want to waste my money since i know it wont be cheap to buy all of this stuff.
« on: April 17, 2006, 02:48:58 PM »
allot of people bash tier 3 and 4 schools.
I was thinking of picking a tier 4 over a tier 3 due to location.
Im sure the people that bash these schools consider tier 3 & 4 in the same category.
Am i just wasting my money?!
i always hear about highly ranked students being on moot court and law review. Are these things you HAVE to do to be successful??
I doubt i would want to do anything that would take away most of my time for studying..just seems like more law related stuff to do..
« on: April 17, 2006, 02:18:34 PM »
has anyone used this site:
I saw a user post about this. Looks neat but I haven't ever heard anyone mention as a good resource.
everyone recommends different supplements so I don't know what to buy.
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