Read it and most of the other law school prep books. Most of the advice books are about the same. Advice on how to get in, study for exams, make law review, write a resume, etc. Most of the books didn't tell me anything I didn't already know (am a 3L at UCLA) and didn't change what I would have done anyway. This book was a little different - it did make me think a differently about how to choose my first job after law school and whether doing a legal clerkship was consistent with my overall career strategy/plan. Its a pretty inexpensive paperback but I already read it and you can have my copy if you like (going for the paperless office look). Let me know.