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First Year Law School Classes: What to Expect

First Year Law School Classes: What to Expect by Randall of Magoosh This post was originally published on the Magoosh LSAT blog. Perhaps you’re still considering about whether you want to apply to law school or not. Maybe you’re in the process of studying for your LSAT. Regardless, you’re aiming for your goal LSAT score.Keep reading

Your LSAT Study Schedule: 2 Essential Tips

In this post, I want to focus on the process of studying for the LSAT and, specifically, the LSAT study schedule.  Many LSAT experts write about the importance of having a study schedule for your preparation for the LSAT.  No one would argue with that.  What often gets overlooked, however, are two critical pieces ofKeep reading

Choosing the Best LLM Programs

InGenius Prep law school admissions expert, David Mainiero, discusses how to choose the best LLM programs for international students. If you’re applying or thinking about applying to an LLM program, press play!  

The Debate About Getting Rid of the 3rd Year of Law School

In the United States, lawyers are required to earn a college degree and spend another three years of graduate study in law school to earn their Juris Doctor or J.D. degree. The three-year J.D. program provides students with an outstanding and extensive education to prepare them for their legal career. However, many students and educatorsKeep reading