If you intend to work in BigLaw, social events are unavoidable. Whether you’re an introvert or a shmoozer, cocktail hours can be painful.
These tips were provided by Chip Peters (Northwestern University School of Law, J.D. 1986), a partner in Schiff Hardin’s Litigation Group.
We caught up with a few of our users to find out more about how they use LearnLeo to:
- Outline faster and get better grades
- Read for class from anywhere
- Prepare for class
Here’s what they had to say.
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You’ve heard it said ad nauseum – go to the best law school that you can get into. So you did your diligence and applied to about 10 schools: two or three “safety” schools, three or four “on par” schools and three or four “reach” schools. Continue reading
Nothing generates more anxiety than 1L grades. For most students, preparing for class, not missing class, outlining, and studying hard for exams will yield successful results. Continue reading
To start using the LearnLeo Research Extension, simply use your cursor to highlight text on any website. Don’t know where to start? Check out these popular resources: Bloomberg Law, Lexis, WestLaw, Google Scholar, Wikipedia, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, or CNN.
Nervous for your summer associateship? Check out these tips from LearnLeo partner firm Schiff Hardin.
Not sure whether you want to practice litigation or transactional law? LearnLeo partner firm Paul Hastings put together a quick guide to help you decide which type of law might be the best fit for you.
We know that some law schools don’t allow students to get online during class (we’re looking at you, UChicago). Luckily, you can still read, highlight, and take notes on your assigned cases in the LearnLeo offline mode.