Getting through Law School was tough! I know any little bit of advice that could make life easier was always welcome. Here are some items that helped me along the way and I would definitely recommend.
Take as many Official LSAT PrepTests as possible. Purchase the actual LSAT previously administered tests, not just look-alikes. Practice all you can, score yourself using their answer key, and practice your weak areas over and over.
You will need study guides. I remember not being sure if I would really need them. Maybe I could just read all my materials, take good class notes, and supplement with a little reading on Westlaw, or another internet source. The answer is no – study guides are needed. My favorite series were Examples and Explanations and Crunchtime. I sometimes used Emanuel Law Outlines.
Look at Your Life
Change the Course of Your Life! I am a huge fan of Valerie Young and her website, which is focussed on helping people find the work they love doing. If you are exploring your options, this is a wonderful resource.
Study Guides and Gear
These are some of the updated versions of my favorite study guides and essential gear.