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New Book Helps Those Thinking Of Becoming A Lawyer With Insights and Strategies to Succeed

Los Angeles, CA. – WEBWIRE

“This book can be a secret weapon for those seeking to get an edge over classmates – and to getting the most out of one’s law school experience,” says Power

In order to become a lawyer, you need to go to law school and then pass the Bar exam in the state where you wish to practice. However, a few states allow you take the Bar exam without going to law school at all, including California.

Many of the topics covered on this two-day exam, such as Contracts, Criminal Law, Real Property and Torts, are taught during one’s first year of law school. Bestselling and award-winning author, Teresa Power, breaks down these subjects into a digestible format in her newest book, “The ABCs of Law School: Diary of A First Year Student.”

Power, who has been featured for her earlier books by Good Morning America, USA Today, and Reader’s Digest, says her goal in writing this book is to give others a realistic and better understanding of a typical first-year law student’s experience.

Her book breaks down the ABCs of law school as follows:

  • Ways to study effectively and not let it all overwhelm you.
  • Behind-the-scenes advice on how to meet the challenges of law school.
  • Resources and invaluable class outlines to prepare for school.
  • Text and illustrations on how to use yoga for stress reduction.

This guidebook will not only help those aspiring to go to law school, but also those who want to take the Bar examination without going to law school. Law school, as well as the practice of law itself, is characterized by substantial amounts of reading, writing, and researching, and “The ABCs of Law Schoolshares all the inside tips and tricks one needs to survive and thrive.

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