As tough as getting into law school is, navigating the maze that is law school can be even more difficult. Attorney and author Steven R. Sedberry helps pre-law and students through the maze that is law school from orientation to graduation and beyond. Hedging Law School, at about one hundred pages, can be read in an afternoon. It will help you to decide whether law school is right for you. Author Steve Sedberry challenges the traditional notion of law school rankings, and instead proposes a value equation which helps the student to avoid overpaying for their legal education. Law School Labyrinth is designed to help law students maximize their law school experience by offering essential strategies for success. It provides a comprehensive plan of attack for law school. It includes checklists, sample outlines, a sample legal memorandum, and the Pyramid Outline method, a proven technique to enable law students to assimilate the massive amount of information necessary to do well on exams. Law School Labyrinth is on the suggested reading lists of some of the top law schools in the country. The new and updated third edition includes tips and suggestions for finding employment in a tough legal economy.
Sedberry provides a unique perspective on maximizing the law school experience and a no-nonsense approach to planning for the future. By following his advice, students will learn how to read legal opinions, participate in Socratic dialogue, and assimilate and retain information necessary to succeed on law school exams. Going beyond the classroom, these books provide information choosing the right law school and not overpaying for your legal education. They provide guerilla tactics for finding a good job in a bad legal market.