Wondering how to make it to Law Review? The answer is: get to the top of the class.
If you’re like most entering law students, you probably heard the horror stories. “Law school is competitive.” “Students razor blade pages out of books in the library.” “My professor embarrassed the hell out of me in front of my entire section of 150 classmates.”
We’ve assembled a panel of current first- and second-year law students who were not only able to cut through all that chatter, but currently sit at the top of their respective classes. Don’t take our word for what law school is like, listen to what these top students have to say about how they attacked their first year of law school and explain not only what they did and, but also what they wished they did differently.
- Monica Coscia, Georgetown University Law Center, 1L
- Max Shanahan, Arizona State University School of Law, 1L
- Melissa Faragasso, Fordham University School of Law, 1L
- Khaair Morrison, Howard University School of Law, 3L
- Don Macaulay, President & Founder, Law Preview (Moderator)
Webinar Date: Wednesday, April 25, 2018
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