Suggested Readings to Advise, Persuade and
The Rest of Your Life,
and perhaps . . .
Help You Determine if Law School is Really for You
BEFORE AND DURING 1L:
Bridging the Gap Between College and Law School: Strategies for
Authors, Ruta K. Stropus and Charlotte D. Taylor
One L: The Turbulent True Story of a First Year at Harvard Law
Author, Scott Turow
Acing Your First Year of Law School
Authors, Shana Connel Noyes and Henry S. Noyes
The Basics of Legal Writing (2006 ed.)
Author, Mary Banard Ray
A great beginner's workbook
that breaks cases down in simple layman's terms and tells you exactly what you should
getting out of a brief, paragraph by paragraph.
The Eight Secrets of Top Exam Performance in Law School
Author, Charles Whitebread
SUMMER AFTER 2L:
Pass Your Bar!
Authors, Denise Riebe and Michael Hunter Schwartz
This book gives students a step-by-step overview of the bar with
strategies that work, as well as timetables and graphs to keep bar
candidates on track.
What Can You Do With A Law Degree? A Lawyers Guide to Career
Alternatives Inside, Outside & Around the Law
Author, Deborah Arron
This book is a great one to read during your downtime immediately
after taking the bar. It has a wealth of websites to aid in
career searches, as well as practical advice on things like how to
rephrase past work experiences in legal terms, etc.