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Studying for the LSAT / Re: indicator words
« on: August 19, 2007, 10:46:05 PM »
anyone have any thoughts on recognizing if certain phrases/words are introducing suff or nec conditions-- (something better than memorization of indicator words?)

I think I understand what you mean...

"Being X does not guarantee being Y"
"Some people that experience A usually have B"

Is that what you mean? Phrases that don't exactly have the "if, then" indicators?

Oh, and a big high-five to the first person to diagram those :D!

Law School Applications / Things I wish I knew as an undergrad
« on: August 29, 2005, 05:14:58 PM »
Hi everyone! Well, I posted this at a different forum, but luckily I found you guys and I'm hoping to have better results here  ;) Here goes...

I thought it would be great if some of you more experienced law students, grads, lawyers, etc. could share your thoughts with us looking back at your undergrad years. It could be anything from applying to law school, to what you discovered once you actually got there and/or once you actually started practicing law. It would be nice to hear some of your experiences. Thanks everyone!

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