Law School Prep: How to Prepare for Law School as a 0L

Preparing for law school before classes begin is important in being successful. However, your preparation should be focused on getting into law school and enjoying your “freedom” before you spend countless hours studying the law.

Here are five things to think about from Law School Toolbox:

  1. Do Not Study the Law Intensely
  2. Research Schools
  3. Relax a Little
  4. Work, Work And Work
  5. Get in the Mindset

6 Quick Tips For Busy Law Students

From Law School Toolbox:

6 Quick Tips For Busy Law Students
Being a law student is hard. Being a busy law student? That’s impossible. Whether you are a “scared to death” 1L who is spending all your time studying, a “worked to death” 2L who is juggling moot court and law review, or a 3L getting ready for practice, all law students struggle with having time for anything other than law school. I bop around with several different rep positions, student organizations, and even a new position at a firm. It gets pretty crazy trying to balance school and all of the extracurricular activities. However, using my experience, follow these tips in order to make your hectic life a little bit easier:

  1. Plan Ahead
  2. Meal Prep
  3. Five-Minutes Cram Sessions
  4. One-Day Errand Day
  5. Cleaning Schedule
  6. Stress Less

Top Organizing Apps for Law Students

From Law School Toolbox:

Staying organized is a major part of being a successful law student. If you are losing your handouts, taking notes in different places, or constantly losing your study materials, chances are you won’t study effectively.

Top Organizing Apps for Law StudentsThankfully, modern technology can come to your rescue. The phone or tablet you may be reading this on can become your organizational multi-tool. In this post, we highlight several top applications for staying organized in law school. From note taking apps to calendar organizers, this list will get you moving in the right direction to becoming more organized.

Here are some great apps that can help you stay organized in law school:

  1. Evernote
  2. iStudiez Pro
  3. Genius Scan
  4. Dropbox
  5. Simplemind
  6. Law in a Flash
  7. Quizlet

 

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London Law Lectures – update

New audio lectures from London Law Lectures!

RESULTING TRUSTS RECORDING UPDATED
In Patel v Mirza (2017), the Supreme Court conducted an extensive review of the case law on restitution and the illegality defence, as well as the rationale underlying the Tinsley principle and decided that it was time for Tinsley to be overruled.

The recorded lecture on resulting trusts has been updated with an analysis of the decision. To purchase the presentation CLICK HERE

[If you have already viewed the presentation you may have to clear your history to view the updated material.]

MORE RECORDINGS
To see the complete set of recordings available in each subject area please click the links below:

LAW OF CONTRACT
PROPERTY LAW (LAND LAW)
LAW OF TRUSTS
CRIMINAL LAW
LAW OF TORT
EU LAW
LEGAL SYSTEM & METHOD

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Jurisprudence 2017 – the examination

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