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These women must have had high lsat scores to get into Stanford and Duke.
This video was so helpful! Thank you!
I’m in high school, and at my high school we have academies. I’m in the academy of Law and Public Safety. In three years, I’ve learned basics of criminal, civil, family, & contract law. The point of me saying all this is that I have interest in law, however I’m still really confused :// how do you know if you’re fit for law? && what do you even major in undergrad. I really appreciate this video!! It’s really cool to see someone who was also unsure about law in high school
How do you get a prestigious clerkship out of law school?
not sure since I haven't gotten one :E but once I get more into the process will definitely plan to make a video on it!
I'm a highschool student and I plan to become a lawyer. What should be my first step. I plan to go to community college first but what should I do in order to get to the path of becoming a lawyer.
Keep a really good gpa in college.
whats her ig?
Starting law school at CWRU in the fall and currently binging all of your videos, thanks for providing this resource for us!
This video was really informative... so I’ve been considering going to law school. However, if I’ve already taken a gap year between high school and college (took a year off of school to work and figure life out basically) do you think it would be beneficial to take another year off between undergrad and law school? Thx :D
Depends on your personal situation (finances, interests) but in general, yes!
What Anna said about combining logical reasoning from math, with the skills used in writing and analyzing texts is the same reason I'm thinking a lot about law even though I'm a junior studying computer science. I can't see myself developing software for much longer. Law may be the answer...
This was super informational.
I am currently in law school taking Constitution law. My school divides it up into Con I and II. Im in Con I dealing with the separation of powers etc. I am bored to death and does not help its the professors 1st time teaching the course. How do you suggest to stay engaged when you absolutely cannot get pumped up about the subject matter??
It’s definitely a struggle for me too sometimes! For Conlaw I think it can help to think about the ways in which these rules are operating and being challenged in our current state. For example, the power of the Supreme Court to decide issues that some people think should fall within the legislative realm only, or whether Trump can fire Mueller since Mueller is within the executive branch, all have implications within the separation of powers doctrine.
Aweee your friendship is so cute! I wish I had a close friend that wanted to go to law school and would support me and offer me advice!
ahahah I actually loved torts! it was my highest mark in my first year!
She’s going to be a law professor. She likes school wayyyy too much
Omg! Ths video is sooooooooooo helpful! Great idea! Loved it!
Wow she really did make me feel better about my decision to go to law school! I was thinking everyone is miserable there but to see that some people enjoy it, is great. Also made me excited for the potential classes i could take.
She’s such a lovely and positive person don’t you think? :)
Love you videos...do you happens to have a brief template or an outline template
I m not american so i don t know the details and i have a question , is getting to law school post graduating highschool or do you need to go through some other studying type of way before?
There are many reasons. To expand your mental horizons and learn different ways of problem-solving, for one. Some lawyers, like patent specialists, also benefit from having a scientific or technical background. Finally, there are people who simply want to pursue other intellectual interests or are interested in trying out different careers and would like to have a few different skill sets and substantive expertise areas under their belt.
Then why go through the trouble of majoring in something else then applying for lawschool? 🤷♀️
Doesn’t have to be law! People major in anything from English to biology to economics.
A degree in what ? Is it law too or anything?
You need to graduate high school and get a four year college degree!
Any advice for a person planning to attend law school part time?
I work ft and go to an evening pt program...it will be tough but what has helped me is to take it at my own pace and not feel pressured to take 11 credit hours when I can only realistically handle 2 courses. There is ALOT of reading and now legal writing courses...I do not regret my decision of attending but also you have to be aware of how much pressure you can handle juggling everything
I wish I did, but no, sorry :/ we don’t have a part-time program as far as I’m aware, so I don’t know what it’s like. Best of luck though!
Thanks for this video!
You said in other videos that it is important to take our own notes- are there some tips for you to take good notes? Do you just write down everything? Also, are there some things you wish you had known (specifically a month lol ) before you started your first year? What is your daily routine like?
Hey Gabbie, I have videos on both of those topics :) check them out on my channel! For note-taking, I actually take most of my notes before class while reading the cases. Then during class I will add relevant notes from the professors or good points from other students
As a rising 1L, I appreciate your videos A LOT. I haven't been able to find people who were willing to share their experience, and this is very helpful. Very much looking forward to your future videos. Thanks again!
I think if I went straight through, I would have been really burnt out. I did take over a decade off, but it really gave me time to ensure that the huge financial plunge is worth it! Thanks for the video and I can't wait to watch more.
Love this video! It was so informative. Please do more interviews!
thanks for the video. could you also recommended school supplies? ie laptops types, ipad pros, apps, software etc that you found helpful? also, did you find it possible to study "paperless" as a law school student, ie was access to e-textbooks/pdfs instead of paperbooks readily available?thank you
Great video idea! I will address this in my next vid :)
I enjoyed this video, eased some of my anxiety about starting law school in the fall :)
You’re going to be great!
I’m starting law school in the fall at Cornell and I’ve been watching your videos to get an idea of the struggles I’m about to take on lol. I’m attempting to start a law school vlog on my channel, so it’s really great to see law students making great content!!
I watch your channel! I’m a 1L too and have a channel as well. I love your channel!
thank u so much!
What law did u study?
wonderful video! you two are so cute hahaha
So many really helpful advice!!! Thanks for making this video!!!
Thanks for the positive spin, I would say 90% of the videos out there are still from the old mindset. Nice to see people excited to learn and pursue a passion.
thanks for the advice!
great video! I think this will help lots of people who are considering law school.
This was such a great and helpful video for me! Starting law school this fall. Love your channel while prepping. keep them coming:)
Loved this video!! It was super informative and helpful! I’ve been trying to decide if I should take a break after I graduate college or go straight to law school and learning more about law school definitely helped a lot. Thanks for sharing all that info!!
same, I'm a biology major who's interested in law and tbh logic games and basic scientific method are very similar and I'm surprised this career path isn't more popular