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Themis Bar Review (Bar Exam Prep Course Review)

By Joe K. Edited by Lemon Law School  If you’re a third-year law student (3L), you’re probably thinking about how you are going to study for the bar exam. There are several ways of planning your bar studies, but the most common route is to take a bar exam preparation course, especially if your law …

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4 Effective Ways to Stop Procrastinating

By Elliot M. It’s no secret that many, if not most, students have suffered from procrastination at some point during their academic years. It’s especially frustrating when you feel like you have no power over your ability to get things done. In this article, I’ll discuss a few ways to break the habit of procrastinating …

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A Comprehensive List of 1L Summer Associate Programs (2021 Edition)

Here are a list of 1L summer associate positions for diverse candidates. Usually, 1L summer associate spots at Big Law firms are reserved for diverse candidates. If you are not a diverse candidate, you should still email the recruiters at the Big Law firms on this list to express your interest in their summer program. …

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List of Summer Corporate Externships for Law Students

Here are a list of active job postings for summer legal internships at corporations in the United States. As paid summer positions, corporate externships aren’t very abundant. Most are looking for 1Ls only. Corporations do not usually hire recent graduates, so 2Ls should be looking for other opportunities in areas such as public interest, Big …

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How to Get a 1L Summer Associate Job (My Personal Experiences)

By Andy A. Everyone wants to be a 1L summer associate. Who doesn’t want to get paid tons of money to work at a cushy firm job during their summer and walk into 2L with a potential job offer? However, these elusive firm positions are usually only available to a tiny handful of high-performing 1Ls. …

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Productivity 101: How to Use Stoicism to Succeed in Law School

By Andy A.  This is the first article in the “Productivity 101” series designed to give students actionable advice to increase their productivity in law school and to avoid burning out. Many law students struggle with staying productive and keeping up with law school. Law school requires an enormous amount of energy and commitment, and …

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Compilation of Past Law School Exams

Below, you will find past law school exams from each of the listed schools. If your professor has released past exams, use those particular past exams first. I would only resort to using these past exams as “extra” practice.  A few things to note: Some don’t have sample answers. Some exams may be too old. …

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How to Bid for Screener Interviews at Big Law Job Fairs

By Alexa T. Edited by Lemon Law School Bidding refers to the process of registering for screener interviews with employers, which is usually facilitated by an automated system run by the law school. At most law schools and job fairs, this process is how you apply to interview with Big Law firms. The reason why …