Bundled Law School Outlines
I'm selling my law school outlines to help pay for hosting this site. Instead of paying $10+ per outline on other websites just purchase mine, bundled together for $9.99.
Includes: (Torts, Civil Procedure, Criminal Law, Contracts, Property, and Evidence)
*All files are zipped and are .pdf
**I'll be adding Trusts and Estates shortly.
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A New Leap
So there are some things I’ve posted here on Wanna Be Lawyer that I’ve really felt could and have helped people. Things like my post on ranking law schools your own way. Well I’ve spent the past few weeks working on … Continue reading
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So I’ve spent the past week packing up the apartment in Raleigh. After living there for nearly a year and a half it’s amazing the things that pile up. I’ve lucked out and I won’t be needing the UHaul I … Continue reading
Writing a Personal Statement
So for all of you looking at applying for law school your personal statement is probably the single biggest “soft” factor you can have. It shows you have a command of English and you can form coherent thoughts, all things … Continue reading
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Law School Prep Courses
I know it’s been awhile since my last post. I promise it hasn’t been intentional neglect (read this as college senior with 4 papers and a test in the next week). Something I’ve been seeing a lot of in my … Continue reading
Fewer LSATS, Fewer Lawyers?
Yet again, more data showing there are fewer LSATS being taken then in the past ten years. It’s a drop of about 40,000 exams; previously 170,000, to this year’s 129,000 For those of us who still choose law school, it … Continue reading
Well, as promised, I’m here in Connecticut. In a little over an hour I’ll be heading to Quinnipiac’s law school for their accepted student day in what will be one of two accepted student days in the next week. It’s … Continue reading
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Preparing as a 0L
Not a whole ton going on. Still building a list of potential apartments to check out when I’m in Connecticut in three weeks. I’ve just been trolling the forums over at TLS lately. They’ve got some great advice on what to … Continue reading
So, as I’m sitting in the lounge for my individual college here at NC State I’m plagued by senoritis. I’ve been studying for an exam I have today, one which it seems everyone else in the class is having a nervous breakdown … Continue reading
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