Do a good, thorough search of your school's website. They might list last years brackets.
My studying advice (from someone in the top 10%) is this:
-Review each class afterward to figure out what you were supposed to learn in that class period.
-Start outlining early.
-Learn to write a law school exam (take a class or read a book on the subject.)
-Don't freak out!
-Don't take all these negative people's advice to heart, everyone will have a different viewpoint and you might just like law school.
I had a terrible 1st semester. My grades are horrible. I got 3 C's 1C- and a B, giving me a 2.06. So my question is can I get a job this summer doing legal work despite my low grades? I have 2 years of corporate experience and 1 year of legal experience.
I'm trying to get as many A's as possible this semester but I'm aware that the job process starts now. Any suggestions. I really need some sound feedback. Where do you suggest I applly to?
But then there comes the all-encompassing "what'cha doin Friday night" that I will have to say no to... which without me wanting it to... begins to burn bridges.
Based on this, I'm guessing that there are at least a few others who lost their scholarships. I don't think they're redistributing the money either by giving it out to the top performers who came in without scholarship, because you have to be at the VERY top of the class for that and I'm guessing that a decent number of those people came in with a scholarship anyway. You get where I'm going with this.