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December 27, 2008


Lauren (Legal Research Rescue)

Wow, so spot on! I particularly like no. 3 - When I was struggling to balance multiple part time jobs and law school, I really envied those privileged few that didn't have to work while they studied. Now I realise that they often don't end up with the skills necessary to be a decent legal professional. Time management, client/customer service, social skills- all vital for success in the big wide world!
Great post!

Martin Magnusson

Solid advice. I think number eight, though, should at the top of the list.

Larry Brown

Good post. As a law student I can attest to the fact that it is also pretty true.

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