Monthly Archives: July 2014

What to Expect Your Second Year of Law School

What to Expect Your Second Year of Law School by UCLA Law School graduate and Blueprint LSAT Prep instructor Alex Davis.

If you’re a 1L right now, finals are probably about two months away. This means a couple things. Firstly, you’re probably lamenting the fact that you didn’t start outlining sooner. But who can blame you? We all know that no one starts outlining until after the finale of The Bachelor. Secondly, you’re no doubt wondering what you can expect when you return for your 2L year.

Read more at: http://blueprintprep.com/lsatblog/law-school-2/the-second-year-of-law-school-smaller-books-smaller-chance-of-hernia/

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San Diego Law Library presents an evening with best-selling author (and practicing attorney), Scott Turow.

 

When: Tuesday, August 5th, 6:30PM at Qualcomm   Tickets: $17.28

Check-in and doors open at 5:30PM and seating is first-come first-served.
Please call the Warwick’s Book Department at 858-454-0347 for more information.

Related links: KPBS and Scott Turow on Facebook

 

 

CURRENT RULES OF PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT from THE STATE BAR OF CALIFORNIA

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Law School Prepardness

There are some basic areas of knowledge that are helpful to a legal education and to the development of a competent lawyer. Some of the types of knowledge that would maximize your ability to benefit from a legal education include:

  • A broad understanding of history, including the various factors (social, political, economic, and cultural) that have influenced the development of our society in the United States.
  • A fundamental understanding of political thought and of the contemporary American political system.
  • Some basic mathematical and financial skills, such as an understanding of basic pre-calculus mathematics and an ability to analyze financial data.
  • A basic understanding of human behavior and social interaction.
  • An understanding of diverse cultures within and beyond the United States, of international institutions and issues, of world events, and of the increasing interdependence of the nations and communities within our world.

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