Today, we present the third and final installment of our three-part series of Google Hangouts aimed at helping prospective law students navigate the application process and the first year of school. This week, Joe Patrice is joined by Mike Sims, President of BARBRI, Alison Monahan, founder of The Girl’s Guide to Law School, and John Goldberg, a professor at Harvard Law School.
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Meet the panel!
What’s the best strategy for studying for exams? It might not be poring over your outline:
Is there a simple strategy for balancing school work and social life?
Last, but not least, here are some tips on the process of taking tests:
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