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Thomas Jefferson School of Law Professor David Steinberg talks about the most common mistake law students make on exams.
Beginning law school students get vital advice on how to prepare for first year law exams from Professor John Delaney. He has thirty years of law school teaching experience, has given hundreds of exams and graded thousands, and writes and publishes widely used books for law school students.
This second in Professor Delaney's series for first year law school students focuses on a method for learning each legal rule, in each subject, you study with iconic examples of the application of each rule. It is also one method for learning and practicing issue spotting, the first critical skill you need to get the "A"s on your law school esssay exams.