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I Wish I Read This Book Before Law School

I Wish I Read This Book Before Law School

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If you're going to law school but have no idea what to expect, you're not alone. Law school can be overwhelming. You're learning a new way of thinking and doing an enormous amount of work, and maybe struggling to reach the same level of achievement you have in the past. On top of that, you're still finding your path in a new profession, learning its rules, expectations, and possibilities.

The aim of this book is to help prepare you for the challenges ahead. It tells you what to expect and how to make sure that you end up on a career path that you're happy with. Covering everything from preparing for law school to becoming an attorney, this book is your guide to what's really important over the next few years. We'll talk about what law school is like, how to stay healthy and avoid burnout, and how to get the most out of your experience so that you set yourself up for success as a lawyer. Law school is challenging, but you can handle it with strategic planning and advice from people who have been there.

Author: Jendayi Saada, Leslie Culver, Robin Apodaca
Publisher: Peterson's
Published: 10/12/2021
Pages: 224
Binding Type: Hardcover
Weight: 1.65lbs
Size: 9.20h x 6.80w x 0.90d
ISBN: 9780768945638

About the Author
Saada, Jendayi: - Jendayi Saada is Assistant Dean, CABR & Assistant Professor of Law at University of La Verne. In her current position she has developed a comprehensive academic and bar support program that spans orientation through bar passage and includes curriculum changes in all three years.Culver, Leslie: - Leslie Culver is a Visiting Professor at California Western School of Law where she teaches Legal Writing and Identity, Power & Professional Responsibility. She writes and speaks in the broader community on issues related to identity performance, diversity & inclusion, and the intersections of legal writing and identity.Apodaca, Robin: - Robin Apodaca is Director of Career Services at Chapman University, School of Law. Her responsibilities include developing and implementing strategies for career advising, employer outreach, and programming services; advising law students and alumni; and fostering and maintaining relationships with employers.

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