Hey,can any help me with names of any textbook that will be helpful in preparing me for the LSAT besides LSAT preparations. I'm going into Law with no experience..I need major help! Hoping there are books that can sum all about Law and its concepts in 1.
Any help is appreciated.
The LSAT doesn't require you to have any previous knowledge about "law" to take the test. Although some hypothetical scenarios may include information about a lawyer or law firm, the exact nature of the law or life of a lawyer are not important. Granted, any background information in a subject wouldnt hurt I think your better off preparing for the LSAT with specific LSAT prep materials. Once you have taken the LSAT and are committed to going to a law school then that might be a more appropriate time to read about law in general. For now I think your time would be better spent studying for the LSAT and obtaining a higher score rather than reading into law. But then again maybe you're wondering if law is something you'd like and want to have a career in. If that's the case then by all means try to read up on some basics. Further, law school is specifically designed to teach you about the law so although having some background in law will help you coming into law school, it is by no means necessary to succeed, and from what I've heard schools like to break you down and reteach you everything you "think you know" about the law.
Maybe I misunderstood your question but I hope that helps.