How to Succeed in Law School in 5 Hard Steps
How to Succeed in Law School in 5 Hard Steps is an on demand 4-part video series produced by noted legal educator Professor James E. Byrne. This program covers fundamental practices that all first year law students must master in order to attain A level grades throughout their law school career. By establishing proper study techniques, and ridding yourself of unhelpful habits and perceptions accrued during the grind of the first semester, you will enable yourself to drastically improve your performance for the rest of law school.
The 5 Hard Steps
In the How to Succeed program, students will learn the 5 Step method that Professor Byrne has been honing for over 35 years as a law school professor. The 5 Hard Steps are:
Step 1: Having the Right Attitude
Step 2: Time Management & Class Preparation
Step 3: Briefing (& Strategies for Non-Casebook Courses)
Step 4: Outlining (& Pre-Exam Preparation)
Step 5: Exam Preparation
To learn more about the program visit www.lawschool-success.com
Free Demo Video:
Who This Benefits
- 1st Year Law Students (1L)
- 2nd Year Law Students who didn't do as well as planned
Upon purchasing the How to Succeed in Law School program, you will be emailed a secure link to view the session in our specialized learning portal. Please follow the instructions provided to access the content.
More About Professor Byrne
Professor Byrne is the Director of the Institute of International Banking Law & Practice, Inc. and has taught at George Mason University School of Law and other law schools around the world. In his more than 35 for years as an educator, Professor Byrne has taught hundreds of students in various aspects of commercial law, including contracts, commercial paper, sales, and commercial fraud. In addition to teaching, Professor Byrne has achieved international renown as one of the leading figures in letter of credit law & practice and has written and lectured extensively and has served as an expert witness on letters of credit, electronic commerce, international commerce and banking, and financial fraud in more than 35 countries. Many of his publications serve as a primary reference for practitioners throughout the world.