How to Succeed on Law School Exams
How law student can prepare for and succeed on law school exams.
The Mental Fortitude Necessary to Practice Law
From the moment you start practicing law, people are going to tell you that you aren't very good at your job.
Should Law Schools Raise the Curve to a B?
Law professor Joshua Silverstein thinks Cs are bad for law students' employment prospects and mental health.
Poor 1L Grades? Consider Walking Away. Now.
1Ls who get bad grades first semester should seriously consider leaving school.
How To Move Past Bad Law School Grades
Bad grades suck, but a sucky first semester doesn’t have to end your legal career aspirations. (Trust us; we weren’t all straight-A students.) Randall (a law school gunner, if you want to know) has some advice for law students facing a less-than-hoped-for report card on how to improve your CV, how to discuss grades during […]
Will a Law Firm Overlook Bad Grades for Good Experience?
Maybe, but when you compete for jobs that are few and far between, employers are not generally willing to take a risk on a “lower-tier” candidate when they can just pick from, honestly, T1 grads who are in the same boat but with better grades and more impressive resumes. It’s the harsh reality, probably the […]
Studying For Bar Exam? Despair May Stalk You
During your summer of bar exam study, you might well confront despair.
Maximize Your Law School Grades (GPA)
Use these tips to maximize your law school grades (GPA). Calculate your current GPA and set targets to help you choose and power through future classes.
Moving Past Bad Law School Grades
Getting bad grades during the first year of law school is not the end of the world.
The Law School Grades Letdown (or Occasional Pleasant Surprise)
Dealing with the emotional rollercoaster of the end-of-term final grade reports can be can be as difficult as the exams themselves.