Law School Advice For 1Ls From Amal Clooney, Chief Justice Roberts, And Other Notable Legal Figures
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"The system will defeat itself / Nothing stays in a steady state, it overheats and melts / It only feeds itself.” — Nas
Many of you have now enrolled in your first year of law school. The books have been bought. Labor Day weekend has passed. It’s time to get serious — well, for some of you anyway. For others, with just a few weeks of law school under your belt, you may have more questions than answers at this point in the semester.
In the past couple of years, I have written articles for American Bar Association’s Before the Bar Blog. I warned incoming law students that their grades matter, just not equally, and how they should be selfish with their schedule, but generous with their time.
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Last Updated June 13, 2018