This post offers 5 maxims to help first semester JD students begin their outlines.
Author: Chelsea Baldwin
Chelsea is at Washburn University School of Law working with Marsha Griggs in the Academic Excellence and Bar Pass programs. Chelsea has been working in law school academic support and bar prep since 2009. She has helped students pass the bar exam in numerous jurisdictions including (but not limited to) Oklahoma, Texas, Virginia, West Virginia, and Nevada. Currently, she is focusing on helping 1Ls hit their law school stride, and helping 2Ls and 3Ls overcome success impediments carrying forward from their early law school careers.
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