How to Crush Law School(c) is the book I wish I could have read the summer before my 1L year.
Great law students do not necessarily work harder than their colleagues. Instead, they typically have an informational advantage to combine with their excellent work ethic. In other words, they are privy to useful bits of wisdom that give them a slight edge over their competition. Unfortunately, only a fraction of law students learn the secrets to success in law school, and thus most law students are at a tremendous disadvantage.
How to does one obtain information other law students don't have? How does one gain an edge?
How to Crush Law School solves the enigma; it clears up the ambiguities. In this concise book, the author explicitly reveals the secrets to success in law school and shares his most valuable bits of law school wisdom. This step-by-step guide to crushing law school reveals the following:
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
I don't like to brag about myself in the third person, so my "about the author" may be a bit unusual. Here goes. I graduated from the University of South Carolina, School of Law in 2016, where I served as a research editor for the South Carolina Law Review. While in school, I had the honor of working as a tutor of legal research and writing. I accumulated a lot of law school accolades, including CALI awards in legal writing, advanced legal writing, income tax, and criminal procedure. During law school, I received a joint master's degree from the Vermont Law School in environmental law and police. Thereafter, I clerked for Judge Joseph F. Anderson, Jr. in the United States District Court, and then I clerked for Judge David R. Duncan at the United States Bankruptcy Court. After law school, I went back to business school and received an MBA from the University of South Carolina, where I focused on marketing, new venture analysis, and intellectual property strategy. While completing my MBA, I worked as a research editor for one of my favorite professors in law school.
If you read all of that, thank you for your interest. I'm flattered, and I hope you enjoy the book and crush law school.