Wednesday, December 30, 2020

How to be #1 in my law school class (2020)

Who do you think will be the top student in your class?

What if I told you that it could be you?

What if I told you that there is no reason that it can't be you?

You may have thought it was a result of being smarter...

Anyone can memorize cases.  Anyone can use six highlighter colors in their law books.  Anyone can remember the rules.

There's more to law school than doing what everyone else is doing.

Once you figure that out, you will have an unfair advantage.  

Ask yourself:  "What would I do if I was the top student in my class?"

•Transfer to Harvard, Yale, Stanford, Georgetown, UC Berkeley, USC?
•Feel comfortable about finding a top job after graduating.
•Get a summer internship that actually paid a decent wage?
•Have a chance of getting a coveted post-graduate fellowship?
•Not have to worry about the legal economy in three years?

If you think that you are going to be at the top of your class doing what you did in Undergrad, think again!  Everyone is doing that.

law school grade report card
This could be you.

Law school is a big competition.  Most of your classmates did well in undergrad.  Many of them scored similarly to you on the LSAT.  Are you willing to bet it all that you will end up better just because you spend more time in the library?

Once 1L ends and you see your grade report and rank, it's too late to do it over again.

How to Win At Law School gives you the tactics to be in the top of your class that your competition doesn't know about.

These tactics are fully ethical.  There's no reason you should resort to hiding books or sabotaging the work of others.

These tactics will free up time to you can have a life outside of law school and get needed rest.  Why spend three years exhausted?

Our ebook was originally $29.99, a small price to pay to be the best.  But, we are slashing the price considerably!  


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