It is likely that during the first few months of law school you will be inundated with advice. I have found that professors, upperclassmen and practicing attorneys are generally eager to share their insights. Although every recommendation you receive is well-meaning, in a cacophony of suggestions you might find yourself feeling a little lost.

So, as an introductory note (and in the true fashion of a future attorney), I offer a disclaimer: Take my advice and the advice you receive during your time in law school with a grain of salt. The best way to go about preparing for law school is to take it all in and then adapt recommendations so that they work for you.

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