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Incoming 1Ls / Re: T Minus 4 Weeks
« on: July 21, 2012, 07:24:35 PM »
I think what you did is very smart!  It's a great start to your law school career.  I compare what you did to watching the movie before reading the book.  If you watch the movie first, when the book gets kind of confusing, you'll get through it better than most since you kind of suspect what is going on.  Also, sometimes the professor isn't very clear when lecturing and if they convolute things, most people may not understand the lecture, but you may just have enough background knowledge to get through it.'ll get through your readings faster, get more out of them and get more out of class!  Good job!  Like everyone else said, law school is a different experience for everyone, but I have tutored law school students for 15 years and a MUCH higher percentage of students would do better if they used their free time before law school started!  Once school starts, you're on a timer and have a certain amount of weeks to learn.  BEFORE the term starts, you have so much more free time.  Good luck!

Thomas M. Cooley / Re: Thomas M. Cooley Lansing Campus - Fall '12
« on: June 15, 2012, 01:36:43 PM »
Hi, everyone.  My name is John Mamaligas.  I run a law school tutoring business called Legal Education Services in Lansing since 1997.  I moved from NJ to Lansing, MI to attend Cooley in 1994.  I have been here for 18 years and know so much about the apartments, professors, and just what it takes to succeed at Cooley.  I have tutored literally over three thousand students and have an office with staff that does nothing but tutor law school students.  My main business is to help you get through Cooley.   If you want to chat about tutoring OR just chat about Cooley in general or the areas to live in, contact me through my website at or email me directly at   I would be glad to help out.  The key point to getting through Cooley is starting off strong.  If you start off strong, Cooley is a great school for you.  It will provide scholarship money and a great education.  If you don't, it is really tough trying to learn how to get adjusted to the law school with the pressure of academic probation.  Being on a law school discussion board shows you're doing your research...a key first step.

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