When I hear colleagues give law school advice, they often give some variation of “go to class,” “the best way to read and brief your cases is [fill in the blank],” “start your outlines early,” or something along those lines. While that’s undeniably good and important advice, there is more to law school than getting the highest grades and learning how to analyze cases and arguments like a lawyer. As I reflect on my own recent law school experience, my advice to you focuses, instead, on the bigger picture so that you will succeed not only during but also beyond law school.
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