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How to Apply to Law Schools and Write Think Like a Law Student (Paperback) (Kenneth Michael White)

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Lawyers and law students need to think lucidly and write clearly. Undergraduate “prelaw” students who aspire to become law students and someday lawyers can do the former by practicing the latter. If writing is like thinking, then studying writing is like studying thinking. This book is a study of legal writing and the law school admissions process, which provides candid advice on navigating the LSAC.org application process, the LSAT, and a style of writing called “FIRAAC.” The FIRAAC formula can help prelaw students learn to write (think) like a law student. FIRAAC can also help law students pass “race-horse” exams and bar candidates pass the bar exam. If your goal is to go to law school, graduate, pass the bar exam, and become a lawyer who writes (thinks) lucidly and clearly, then this book is for you!
Number of Pages: 110.0
Genre: Study Guides
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Independent Pub Group
Author: Kenneth Michael White
Language: English
Street Date: November 15, 2016
TCIN: 53069049
UPC: 9781682904022
Item Number (DPCI): 248-53-3334

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