Open Book: Succeeding on Exams From the First Day of Law School
by Barry Friedman, John C. P. Goldberg
With straightforward prose, memorable, and often humorous illustrations, and a unique insider's perspective, Open Book: succeeding on Exams from the First Day of Law School opens a clear path to law school success. Discover the distinctive central pedagogy, "the pinball method of exam-taking", detailed examples, and a wealth of concrete exam-taking techniques.
General Editor Stephen M. Sheppard
Derived from the famous 1853 law dictionary used by Daniel Webster, Abraham Lincoln, and Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr., The Bouvier Law Dictionary has been brought completely up-to-date by the distinguished and widely-published legal scholar and teacher Steve Sheppard. Building on Bouvier's structure and entries, Professor Sheppard has added thousands of new terms and rewritten the original definitions for the modern reader. 8,500 entries explain more than 11,200 words and phrases that make sense to a student, from a source a lawyer can cite.
by Tracey E. George, Suzanna Sherry
What Every Law Student Really Needs to Know: An Introduction to the Study of Law is your secret weapon for doing well in law school. You'll find out what to expect, what you need to know, and which essential skills you'll need to excel in your first year of law school and beyond.
by Charles R. Calleros
Law School Exams: Preparing and Writing to Win combines clear explanations with effective practice exercises, putting winning study techniques and exam-writing strategies firmly in your grasp.