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Acing Your First Year of Law School: The Ten Steps to Success You Won't Learn in Class

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Most first-year law students waste a tremendous amount of time learning piles of information they don't need to know, because they have no one to guide them. This text, in ten easy-to read chapters, is the guide for students entering or contemplating law school. After reading the ten chapters, set up as lessons, student will know how to study the law.
Paperback, 129 pages
Published December 3rd 2005 by Fred B. Rothman & Company
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PurplyCookie
"Acing Your First Year of Law School: The Ten Steps to Success You Won't Learn in Class" provides advice for first year law students on a variety of issues and strategies to help them avoid the pitfalls that are common amongst first year students.

In deceptively simple prose, the Noyeses break down the "first year" experience into its basics: how to read a case, how to brief a case, cite cases, do research, etc. Certainly as important as what they point out as important (which they do with excep
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Sara Mae
May 18, 2011 Sara Mae rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This book was helpful to me in my first semester at law school. I really found the advise practical and easy to follow. I did also read "1L of a Ride" and found that book to be really great, however, this book filled in any gaps from the other. I recommend these two books as a set for anyone getting ready to attend law school or who is in their first year.
Adrienna
Jan 03, 2009 Adrienna rated it it was ok
It was okay. I am not sure if it was beneficial. I found out more information with CLEO (www.cleo.org) when I went to a law school seminiar in July 2008. Books is one tool, but insight from real people was much better.
L.A.L.
Oct 08, 2008 L.A.L. rated it liked it
Recommends it for: anyone starting law school
Shelves: law, non-fiction
Good for anyone getting ready to start law school.
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