All,Mr. Messinger made good on his offer to send me his book, Law School: Getting In, Getting Good, Getting the Gold. It is simply outstanding! We military vets like it pared of any B.S., right? Thane gives rock solid advice that just makes sense.Of particular note is how he frames just how different our study methodology must be in order to be successful in law school. I always wondered why I heard about students who were tops in undergrad, and subsequently crashed and burned in law school. After reading the book, you will know why.THANK YOU THANE!
I think yet another way in which military veterans have an edge is that we have become accustomed todirect (and sometimes brutal) criticism.
military service, and individual service (in the military and elsewhere, such as the Peace Corps or even for missionaries) can range from exhilirating to rewarding to treacherous to grossly unfair (or all of the above) . . .