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Expert Learning for Law Students (Anglais) Broché – 30 juillet 2008


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Book by Michael Hunter Schwartz


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Excellent guide 1 novembre 2009
Par D. E. Patrick - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I have not completed the reading yet, however what I have read has enlightened me.
Law school is different from any other learning I have attempted. After completing my first year, it is readily apparent the professors expect you to have much of the knowledge already and what you don't have you are expected to get on your own. This book has helped with identifying the skills to analyze and then to put that information down on paper.
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Great!! 10 mai 2013
Par Robyn - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Book was recommended by a friend (whom I hadn't spoken with in a while but told I was applying to law school) and I'm glad I got it. By the way, just got accepted!
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Some Good Information, But Very Bloated 15 juillet 2013
Par Sean - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I was very disappointed with this book. While it does have some good information about law school and strategies to be successful, in general as a 'success guide' it's not very helpful. The first half of the book was basically 'work hard, be diligent, and organized'. There is also some information about different personality learning types which is interesting, but at the end of the day the main point is that you need to work hard and be extremely organized.

The second half of the book is made up of strategies for law school learning. Essentially just different approaches and tips to exams, briefs, outlines, legal research and writing, etc. Some of the information IS helpful, but the author's writing style is very bulky and the amount of information gathered is not very proportionate to the large amount you have to read.

As an alternative to this book I would recommend Andrew McClurg's "1L Of A Ride". It's a much easier read, it's engaging, and it has all the same information and more about being a law student. I ended up reading both books because they were on my summer reading list, but if I could go back I would have skipped this because it was not a very efficient to read and there are similar better books out there.
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Excellent 20 janvier 2014
Par Lolitha K. Mckinney - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Great study tips for 1Ls; I found it invaluable for the task ahead of me in law school this year.
it seemed superficial but still worthwhile 17 août 2013
Par Leonard S. Ballard - Publié sur Amazon.com
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The book had some very solid pointers. It was very direct in spots. I did find it a little slow if you are already a solid performing student and have had any legal background.
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