Dating in law school
It does a great job of explaining the reasons behind our bizarre behavior, it sheds light on our quirks and moodiness, and so much more. The CT will also give you tools to help you understand some murky legal concepts and even stump your law student with legal questions (just be sure to read it before your law student does)! 5 - The Law Student's Plight: Few Right Answers Ch.
The Companion Text is the only book of its kind, and it is an all-around winner. 6 - Learning to "Think Like a Lawyer": The Socratic and Case Methods Ch. 10 - The Darker Side: Anxiety, Depression, Self-Doubt, and Substance Abuse in Law Students Ch. 12 - How Law School Can Changes Students' Personalities Ch.
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I would also consider buying it for my parents and brothers to give them a better understanding of law school, so that they won't misunderstand when they don't hear from me for several months at a time.Mc Clurg's many scholarly articles have been cited and quoted in more than 500 books and scholarly journals and by dozens of courts.Mc Clurg is also the Editor of The Contextual Approach to Comparative Law Series published by Carolina Academic Press. His first book, The Law School Trip (2001), is the quintessential satire of legal education.Covering everything from relationship problems to lingo deciphering, the CT leaves no stone unturned when it comes to dealing with rapidly transforming law students; companions will benefit from learning how to deal with difficult situations and conflicts as they arise in relationships, and from simply gaining a better understanding of the law school experience.As a law student, I can say that communication problems have a way of presenting themselves at the most inopportune times, i.e., just before the big memo is due, or during exam week, and it is difficult to explain certain things to friends and family members when they just don't "get it." The stresses of law school can cause some of us to pop off at the drop of a hat, even when we don't mean to direct our negative emotions at our loved ones.