This month, we highlight a resource that you may use to help you start off on the right foot as you head back to school. Whether you are just entering your first year of law school or going into your final year, there are things you can do now to ensure that you have a successful year. Many 1Ls entering law school and seeking advice will hear the phrase, "start outlining early." Even if you think you know how to draft an outline, this resource covers everything from when to start creating an outline to what to do with it once it is written: http://blog.learnleo.com/law-school-outlines/. The site also covers many other topics that help students navigate law school and develop good habits. It includes a special section for "beginner" law students at http://blog.learnleo.com/starting-law-school/, and it gives rising, third-year law students tips on passing the bar at http://blog.learnleo.com/passing-the-bar/.
Find this information helpful? Come back soon for more tips and advice from junior associates on having success this year.