How can I realize my full academic potential at ASL?

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Workshops and Lectures

Throughout the academic year, ASL faculty members teach a series of workshops and seminars on essay writing, multiple-choice test-taking strategies, time-management techniques, study tips, and other areas to help students succeed in law school and pass the bar exam.

Past workshops and lectures have included:

  • Time Management: Learn to Better Manage Your Time
  • Surviving and Thriving Your First Year of Law School
  • Using Your Personal Learning Style to Your Advantage
  • Writing Seminar #1: Remembering the Basics
  • Writing Seminar #2: Word Selection, Sentence Structure and Voice
  • Writing Seminar #3: How Not to Write Like a Lawyer
  • Expert Reading Techniques for Law Students
  • Maintaining a Healthy Mental Approach to Law School
  • Creating Course Outlines and Other Study Materials
  • Multiple Choice Test-taking Strategies: Part I of II
  • Multiple Choice Test-taking Strategies: Part II of II
  • Essay Writing Part II: Issue Spotting
  • Essay Writing Part II: Outline
  • Essay Writing Part III: Writing Your Response
  • Faculty Panel: Preparing for and Taking Law School Exams
  • Alumni Panel: Taking the Bar Exam (What I Did Right; What I Did Wrong)
  • Social Media Do's and Don'ts for Law Students and Graduates

Check the ASL News e-newsletter and the website's News and Events page for upcoming workshops and lectures.