Table of contents for Law school for dummies / by Rebecca Greene.

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Part I: Considering Law School.   

Chapter 1: Exploring the Realities of Law School.   

Chapter 2: Appreciating Diversity in Your Law School Class.   

Chapter 3: Choosing the Best Law School for You.   

Chapter 4: Using Battle-Tested Application Strategies to Succeed.   

Part II: Getting What You Came for: The Law School Experience.   

Chapter 5: Getting Into the 1L Groove.   

Chapter 6: Surviving Typical First-Year Classes: A Crash Course.   

Chapter 7: Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff: Keeping Academics in Perspective.   

Part III: Studying Law: Secret Techniques That Really Work.   

Chapter 8: Thinking and Talking like a Lawyer.   

Chapter 9: Romancing the Tome: Making the Most of Your Study Time.   

Chapter 10: Assembling Your Personal Study Aid Arsenal.   

Chapter 11: The Longest Three Hours of Your Life: Acing Your Law School Exams.   

Part IV: You’re Halfway There (2Ls and 3Ls).   

Chapter 12: One from Column A: Choosing Your Courses.   

Chapter 13: Not a Moot Point: Getting Involved in Law School.   

Part V: Preparing for Your Future.   

Chapter 14: Landing Your Perfect Summer Job.   

Chapter 15: Getting the Lowdown on Careers.   

Chapter 16: Narrowing Your Focus: Choosing an Area of Practice.   

Chapter 17: Thinking Outside the Box: Considering Alternative Legal Careers.   

Part VI: Wrapping Up Your Law School Career.   

Chapter 18: In a Class of Its Own: Preparing for the Bar Exam.   

Chapter 19: Moving toward Graduation — and Beyond.   

Part VII: The Part of Tens.   

Chapter 20: Ten Plus User-Friendly Law School Resources.   

Chapter 21: Ten Best and Worst Things about Law School.   

Chapter 22: Ten Little-Known Law School Secrets.   


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