I am going to use that line about not playing the cards and instead playing the people with my students. My friends who used notecards kept using those. Jessie: Prior to law school I was a teacher, and was used to having a set schedule every day. is the degree awarded to law school graduates. 9. [And unless you have specific info to the contrary, neither does your prof.] See the paragraphs below describing a "good answer," and do that. (Not humblebragging, just pointing out I have some idea about succeeding on law school exams; a very particular set of skills, if you will.). There are a ton of resources here from top 10% students who have gone through exactly what you're going through now. (incidentally, if you still want in, you're welcome to join. (Check out this post from a few days ago for a more detailed explanation.). I want a "good answer": That means you have ignored the irrelevant material in the hypo (most hypos have some red herrings for you to avoid), spotted the real issue or issues (see reverse issue spotting, supra), and written about them in cogent, organized and persuasive manner. Just for purposes of trying it, if the timing doesn't work for all exams, you could just try for one or two. The crazier the better because you will remember them. Talk to current students and graduates, and learn as much as you can about the school. If you’re the person who knows the law like the back of your hand but simply panics under time constraints, see a doctor and get a diagnosis. I almost didn't go to law school because of a similar feeling. Your success in law school is the first and most important factor in your success as a lawyer. "Many students who go to law school are among the … Try to memorize the rules exactly how they give them to you. Make no mistake about it: Law school is not a bastion of intellectual discourse. Thinking is really important. It was diminishing returns after 8, and I sometimes knew I would do it to feel good about having 'studied' when, realistically, I was wasting time, energy and focus. Ask questions, seek advice, post outlines, etc. Use supplements and case summaries to help you work efficiently. More than anything you should focus on figuring out how to take a traditional issue spotter exam. Make mnemonics! I thought I'd cope well with a law degree, having performed well at school. SEVEN: Your brain is attached to your body. Press J to jump to the feed. I think every day I managed to at least study and play vidya or do some other activity. Whether you want to be a corporate lawyer or a public defender, you are much more likely to achieve your goals if you do well in law school.. Law students with top grades earn top salaries in their first year out of school. If you aren't currently reading … Just for purposes of trying it, if the timing doesn't work for all exams, you could just try for one or two. I found the Finz Method extremely helpful in dissecting them. I read and take notes all semester, but generally don't review the material until around 2-3 weeks before finals. Will your system encompass that? I saw a movie every weekend on Saturday because it got me out of the house and I love movies. Cases are just used to show the factors used and weight given to particular facts. I probably completed a lot less essays than most people. They like to spend 20-30 questions testing on one esoteric portion of some law. By using our Services or clicking I agree, you agree to our use of cookies. Study smarter. If you do all-nighters make sure you do them during the outlining stage. I'm a pretty rigorous instructor, but not a complete asshole -- and most of your professors aren't complete assholes either. This is how I memorize something word for word. It's comforting, but ultimately it's nicer and faster to have a personal connection to help out. This is NOT a forum for legal advice. I set word limits because I have a ton of exams to grade and you guys rightfully expect your grade to be entered by the deadline. However, what I credit the most for my success is memorizing the rule paragraphs of the Barbri essays. I won't say "list all the sanctions this attorney might face," then take off points because the answer isn't in the form of a five paragraph essay or a sonnet. Once you have, we'll reach out around April 21, when beta begins. FOUR: Don't "fight the hypo." To sign up for free beta, just go to spacedrepetition.com and enter your email. Don't study the day before the bar, or in between days. I have known people who know the law like the back of their hands and can info dump but can’t work well in the time limit and do poorly versus students who don’t know the law as well but can hit most of the points in the time limit and end up doing a lot better. THREE. I then memorized and even practiced typing out the rule paragraph. You probably know how important grades are. This will be super helpful down the road when you outline. Can you do it in 250 words? Focus on Your Grades. Know if your professor wants you to cite to cases after every rule, some do, some don’t. Law schools offer a range of programs to fit your career ambitions and schedule. So make your own outlines using commercial outlines and supplement them with your class notes as your professor might emphasize or add things not in them. So that meant there would be a lot more evidence questions in the afternoon than any other section. I knew my learning style from college and leaned into that. Know the law, know how it's been interpreted, take note of what your professor focuses on but don't solely rely on that, get old exams or practice problems and ask your professor to go over it with your professor as it gets closer, ask 2Ls or 3Ls about the particular professor. 5-10 minutes before I go to sleep, repeating the chunks out loud. The bar exam is not a substantively hard exam. Stuff like that. Law schools teach students to “think like a lawyer” through the appellate case method developed by Christopher Langdell of Harvard Law School in the late 19th century. My outlines always ended up looking like flashcards, which were all I ended up using for the last two weeks prior to the bar exam. If theres any chance of the Beta going up pre-April 21, I'm incredibly interested. After I do that I try to get an outline from someone who has taken the course to compare my outline to and then I use that to fill the holes in my outline. After a few practice runs start timing yourself. The beta period begins a week before my first final. 805 votes, 999 comments. For current and former Law School Redditors. If I want to memorize something - really f'ing memorize it word for word, I start doing "chunking" a couple of nights before. Accordingly, much of law school is spent learning how to analyze case law. edited 3 years ago. As an added bonus, if on your exam you're able to parrot back to them what they've said in class, you'll get a pretty good grade. I just checked to see how many people had signed up for beta...about 100 more signed up for SeRiouS since I posted this message about 12 hours ago. I then just memorize it. Do so. If you take 15 minutes to do that and 45 to write an organized, compelling answer 300 words long, it is going to sing to the professor like no 59-minute 600-word panic-jumble-word-barf ever will. SIX: You DO have time to think and outline when answering essay questions. Choosing the right law school in the US is an important process. I then had a notebook where I took the outline, line by line, and shortened it. Take this approach instead: Do the reading, extract the key rule from the cases, and think about why that particular case was included. Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University charges $57,510 in tuition despite being ranked at a tie for No. At the 2-3 week mark I go back through my notes (which I already take in an outline like style) and synthesize them into my own outline. Political science is the study of government systems, political behavior, and how the judicial system works. It comes down to a lot of arguing with my group and several trips into the gilberts/ E&E/ whatever. Here are a couple of exam tips (including my patented (not really)) "reverse issue spotting" technique. For the bar exam, I also wrote outlines based on the lectures. Use commercial outlines and supplements. Take notes only for analysis, etc. Make some notes, outline your answer. How to Study Contract Law. I'm a law prof. and a few days ago, I let folks know that a discussion on reddit had inspired me to create a spaced repetition system called SeRiouS, which is specifically designed for law students/bar preppers (the site is spacedrepetition.com, the reddit discussion is at: http://www.reddit.com/r/law/comments/203fw6/free_access_to_beta_of_serious_a_spaced/). The practice of law is hard. But if I set a 1,000 word limit on an answer I do NOT mean that I think you MUST write 1,000 words. Lo and behold, there was a question on marital privilege I would not have gotten without that extra bit of studying. As a returning student (read: I'm old) it took my a long time to figure out what worked in law school. This is not cheating. Saved me hours and hours my last two years of law school. So during that lunch while I ate I studied the section on marital privilege, since it had not appeared yet on the exam. The most often-cited benchmark for outside study time is 2-3 hours of study for every hour of class time. This is how I often study very complex abstract concepts (not math). I'm skeptical most of this will translate into something that can go into a program because it's mostly mental health advice, but here it is: Keep the same schedule, ideally one that can be mostly mimicked on bar exam day. Finals...yech. Look at school rankings, but also remember to visit university campuses, if possible. That depends highly on the type of class, type of exam, and type of teacher. Now STOP. Perfect. 45.) I … TWO:. My outlines are usually pretty short >20 pages. Ask questions, seek advice, post outlines, etc. If possible look up examples of prior top students final exams and structure them exactly the same. EDIT: I've gotten a couple of enthusiastic emails asking when beta will start. Flashcards? Sweet. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. Most exams are long fact paterns. Once you finish making outlines maybe dedicate some time to guessing what the focus of the exam will be (doesn't work as well on the bar). Post them here and I'll check back. Typing up a full outline of the course and studying off of that was not helpful for me. Issue, Rule, Application, conclusion. Now it's all about the quirks of the professor, and how they are going to interpret the information. This is NOT a forum for legal advice. For the one closed-book exam I had I did use flash cards and that helped me immensely. EDIT #2: Jeez. What I really needed to be learning was the professor. Do not do them before the exam. Take the exams a week or two before that actual test. Shit don't work on the Florida bar. Page by page. The field of law provides such a diverse and vast opportunity for knowledge acquisition that there simply aren't enough hours in the day to learn and do it all. Anyway, don't bother. Your professors will cover the general rules and exceptions to the rules and how to analyze the particular area of law in class. admissions at Boston University School of Law… Over summer courses, I finally figured out I was learning the wrong thing. There’s a reason why many successful politicians are lawyers—the link between law and political theory is very strong. Best of luck! You can type it out next to the case summary you've already written down in your own words. How to Study Law. most student are writing their exam on a laptop and can count words, so I expect them stay within the limit. BUT I expect you to know the impact and effects of the decisional law we've studied and I expect you to know what the rules require. I almost never went back to read cases or to the textbook in general (except the UCC and Tax Code). Eat. If the Barbri/Themis/Whatever schedule feels like it isn't working for you, feel free to modify it. PS--I don't know about the bar exam, but the MPRE fit precisely into this mold. The more the merrier.). please don't spend any time on that. In addition to memorizing the rules, I also found it important to visualize the "big picture" for each subject and create flowcharts for the approach to certain issues (my own efforts are at brendanconley.com/barexam) and to practice both essays and MBEs. Keep a notecard and practice outlining your answers in bulletpoints then check your answers. So, how do/did you do it? Working out was a big part of my life before law school, and I did not want to lose that. If you are a first year student in law school, chances are you are having to take a contract law class in either your first or second semester. Worked out fine, but obviously a systematic approach like spaced repetition would be more efficient. I then make a master outline from their information and the info I've received from taking the class myself. In this summary video I talk about how to study in law school, what to expect and how to ultimately succeed. Should I really be paying attention to what the teacher focuses on? ONE: Especially in 1L exams, remember to employ "REVERSE ISSUE SPOTTING." Very few profs do, but know about yours. Then give me a LIST. . Also, I want to thank folks for EVERYTHING. I passed the NY and NJ bars last year. Spaced repetition does seem like the best way to deal with the task of memorizing the rules, which is a significant part of bar prep. For law school exams, I tend to find as many other students' outlines as I can. On the days, I didn't work out, I usually relaxed with a video game. Figure out what study method works best for you and don’t get caught up in doing what everyone else does. The way I studied for the bar was vastly different from studying for a final. It’s a contentious, adversarial process, and your … That got me through finals and the bar exam. You can substitute video games with some other hobby like cooking, which is haaaaa not something I dabble in. It is important to find a school that suits you. You'll get used to short, concise outlines while still working on knowing and applying substantive law. Going to law school is expensive. Graduates can practice any area of law after passing a state bar exam with the exception of patent law, which requires a technical Lastly, practice as many multiple choice questions as you can. It is a fucking TRADE SCHOOL. U.S. News & World Report looked into just how expensive and found that the average student at a private law school spent an average of $40,095 annually in the 2018-2019 academic year. Hope you all like it - I think the science behind this has the potential to be a game changer. Study your outline, use a supplement if one is helpful for the areas you struggle in. Know the steps on how to logically work through a problem that in that area of law and you should be all set. I have been very successful doing this. I then typed and up the rule paragraphs and some analysis for each topic in each subject. The science suggests a few weeks is more than enough to benefit from the spacing effect (even a few days will result in a boost). Nevertheless, the salary-to-debt ratio was much better than the norm at some law schools, such as the Howard University School of Law in the District of … You're going to see 'am I doing it right????' Write down the key facts and holding, and leave space for your own notes. Figure out how it might relate to the exam material. The hard part is making sure you don't freak out. Law degree hopefuls should not panic over the dramatic spike in law school applicants and applications, experts say. The right answer wasn't necessarily the right thing to do, or even the reasonable thing, but it was the thing that would cost the hypothetical lawyer money. Before I start memorizing, I go through to material to understand how the bigger picture fits together. But I'm betting he/she thinks the same. Just have a few beers and try to relax. This project began, and is living off of, the support of redditors. But the chances are you can make most of the issues to which the prof dedicated a good amount of time stick to one or more of the hypos. In law school, the people who want to "argue" a lot are called "gunners" and are reviled by everyone, even the professors. Given the number of stressed out posts here -- and given some of the conversation I hear in the Einstein's Bagels on campus -- 1L exam panic is undiminished in the 22 years since I graduated. For example, last week when I let people know there was free beta testing of SeRiouS beginning in April, within 48 hours, 250 people had signed up. Even so, I create a rules "skeleton" for quick reference if I need it and tab my outline to correspond with the skeleton. My instructions say I will read past the word limit to the end of the next sentence, then stop, so write accordingly. A law school doesn’t teach you what it’s like to be a lawyer any more than having a niece teaches you what it’s like to be a parent. Touching on that last point: every time you do a practice essay, you don't need to write it out. When you hear the word "law," you may assume the word refers to statutes passed by Congress and state legislatures. During your first year of law school, you can expect to log 12-15 hours per week in the classroom. (Many students write right up to the word limit on every answer and I can tell that it is often a result of being insecure about what's IN the answer. Unfortunately, I took my whole first year thinking I was supposed to read, comprehend, and synthesize all the material taught in the course. Around week 10 I would try to get copies of the professor's old exams and especially the answer keys. You'll find the same questions popping up as you move through studying, and they will be the same questions you'll see on the bar exam, only they'll probably be easier and more pointed. As part of my project, I'm trying to understand how people tend to prepare for exams during law school, as well as the bar. If you are taking a tort exam where the fact pattern involves, say, a railroad accident and you happen to be a railroad engineer and you know that c23BX coupling on a Milsom box car bogie could never decouple from hydraulic failure . Around finals, I would work with a study group and we worked multiple choice problems together and discussed the process of arriving at the answers. P. If I found a rule paragraph I liked better in essay 3 than essay 1, I would modify the original rule paragraph. Do not fall behind; you may never … I tend to zone out most days in class and do just fine because I know how to read and interpret cases and/or statutes. My 1L professors, who saw me as a great student, were surprised at my only average midterm grades and suggested this to me. Every morning I woke up around 5:30/6:00am and either went to the gym or went for a run. . It takes ~30mins to read my prof's most recent research articles, and it's been relevant to ~80% of my exams. DO THE READING. We'll send everyone who's signed up an email when we're ready to go. When I stopped, I worked out every other day. Focus on maintaining perspective. I saw that while every other section was just about equally represented, Evidence needed an additional 10 questions in the morning to be represented. Usually by the time of the test I know the material so well from doing that, I barely use my outline (if it is open book) if at all. Law school exams are more skill based than knowledge based. This is sooo important! An extra couple hours of sleep and a walk around the park will allow you to access what you know and understand when the proctor says, "You may begin. For example, I'll have the definition of a battery on my outline and then I'll have "battery (4)" in my notebook, indicating the four elements of battery. This is NOT a forum for legal advice. During the morning portion of the MBE I had enough time to categorize each question and count the categories. We could beat it by a few days, but not by much. If you do nothing else do this. Get all the practice exams early so you know what the teacher ultimately wants. Think. r/LawSchool: For current and former Law School Redditors. My process for finals has been to create my own outline, and retype small sections probably 10-15 times to commit them to memory. Any later, and I've missed my chance at using this for 1L exams. THEN write. For current and former Law School Redditors. The science suggests a few weeks is more than enough to benefit from the spacing effect. Notes? Stop studying after 8-9 hours. I'll admit I didn't give myself enough time to study for that test, but I managed to pull off a decent grade by memorizing the various rules and ratios. Sleep. Like any project, planning is key in the application process. Create your own, buy them, use a classmate's or, some combo? Improve Your Reading Speed and Comprehension . ), For context, I'm an adjunct law professor (10 semesters of PR). Studying smarter, not harder, is the key to success when studying law. REVERSE issue spotting says, "Prof. Kingsfield spent three damn weeks on the dormant commerce clause. If the prof sets word limits -- follow them. If you’re generally pretty good at a subject, but find that you panic and mess up during tightly-timed exams, you might have some form of anxiety or other problem that warrants accommodations. Some professors will give you some sort of point breakdown ("This test will have 3 essays, one worth 20 points, one worth 30 points, one worth 40 points.") For answers advocating a certain outcome or result, you have explained WHY that is the right result but you have also spent nearly as much time describing the countervailing arguments, and supporting or disposing of them as well. The prof's lectures are designed to clarify difficult to understand concepts relevant to the topic at hand, but the lectures will not give you all information you need to do well. What book are you reading at the moment, and what do you think of it? If you graduated top of the class (high school, college, and above), what are/were your study habits or tips that you would … Honest. And I'm going to credit it to you, notAMO30banned. Again, check with your prof to be sure. Didn't study a lick, passed in every state that requires the MPRE. Press J to jump to the feed. Spaced repetition works best when you use it for small periods over a longer time, so April 21 is a good date to still be able to use it for law school finals and the bar. In other words, go into the exam with a list in your head of the six or ten or dozen big ticket issues you covered, and throw those against every hypo to see if they belong. Choosing a Law School. An example that comes to mind is asserting 5th amendment rights is a yellow light and 6th amendment is a red light during a police interrogation for crim pro. Then it not the time to get experimental with your prescriptions. The SAME portion. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts, http://www.reddit.com/r/law/comments/203fw6/free_access_to_beta_of_serious_a_spaced/. More Jack of All Trades, Master of None -- complete opposite from diving into the nuances and wrinkles of a single law school examination. Just like with weight loss, there are no shortcuts, no secrets, nothing but the harsh truth. What is a law degree? I forgot sooooo much stuff during an easy tax exam because I hadn't slept in three days and I started to hear brass-band music during the exam. Ask your professors for prompts and write for your professor throughout the semester, it’s annoying and time consuming but believe it or not you will be practicing and learning the law by doing this. I used outlines in law school and I used them on the bar. Should I take incredibly detailed notes? Go through the syllabus and make a skeleton outline and try to fill in the rules with the answer keys from the old exams (ok let's be honest this was probably around week 13.). It depends on the style of the exam. Create a timeline for applying. If he/she doesn't -- still aim to be pithy and succinct. We're going to alpha test internally within a week or two, but exams are important and I don't want students to rely on tech that isn't well vetted. Forgot to add that I didn't try anything new as far as 'studying tools' are concerned. It is big summer blockbuster time after all. I could even do something fun on top of my workout a lot of nights. Don't just take my word for it. I didn't do anything for the first 10 weeks of the semester except try to pay attention in class and listen for the "Buzzwords" the prof uses. Ilana Kowarski Dec. 7, 2020 What You Can Do With a Marketing Degree And don't decide to switch any medications before then either. I think the most common modification I've seen is people simply making sure they had some combination of lecture + MBE questions + a few practice essays, rather than trying to pummel every listed assignment into the day. Don't wedge them in where they don't fit. This is what you are really tested on. You need to know the law, you need to understand the law and these can help. I look forward to your feedback and hope this system brings you great results. Hope this helps! 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