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Having the right kind on study space is important. This includes removing distractions and studying at the right locations. This article discusses several steps you can implement today to help you get better grades.

Having the right kind on study space is important. This includes removing distractions and studying at the right locations. This article discusses several steps you can implement today to help you get better grades.

Are you looking to improve your grades? Is something in your life not going the way you want it to? Consider implementing the Kaizen Japanese improvement method, which transformed Japanese society after World War II. This method can help you with school and life.

Are you looking to improve your grades? Is something in your life not going the way you want it to? Consider implementing the Kaizen Japanese improvement method, which transformed Japanese society after World War II. This method can help you with school and life.

Are you looking for help to improve your grades? Worried you might not make top grades, or worse yet, flunk out? This article discusses the reasons for getting tutoring services, and the qualifications of the person you should hire to help you become more successful. For some self-help tips, make sure to check out facebook.com/learnlawbetter and youtube.com/learnlawbetter

Are you looking for help to improve your grades? Worried you might not make top grades, or worse yet, flunk out? This article discusses the reasons for getting tutoring services, and the qualifications of the person you should hire to help you become more successful. For some self-help tips, make sure to check out facebook.com/learnlawbetter and youtube.com/learnlawbetter

Are you on academic probation? Wondering what to do next? First, I discuss whether you should try to get off academic probation, and then I provide some guidance on how to get off probation.

Are you on academic probation? Wondering what to do next? First, I discuss whether you should try to get off academic probation, and then I provide some guidance on how to get off probation.

Are you curious about the methods used by law professors in grading essay exams? Hoping to get feedback after the exam? Learn a bit about exam grading and feedback from someone who’s been doing it for nearly 20 years.

Learn how law professors grade essay exams, which can help you take steps after an exam. Also, learn about the four components that you must master to get top grades in law school.

Wondering what to do between semesters? Are you bored, or ready to get a head start before classes begin. Here are 12 tips you can implement now, while you have some time. The key is balance: do some fun things, relax, and study.

Stephen Coleclough, international tax expert and finance adviser, shares five of his favourite tips to reduce stress via relaxation.

Now that the semester is over, are you wondering what to do over the holiday break? This episode provides 12 tips on how to spend the next few weeks before classes begin again.

Now that the semester is over, are you wondering what to do over the holiday break? This episode provides 12 tips on how to spend the next few weeks before classes begin again.

Are you not prepared for your exam? Here are 12 cramming tips to help you make it through the exam. Good luck!

Are you not prepared for your exam? Here are 12 cramming tips to help you make it through the exam.

International Shoe Co. v. Washington established the minimum contacts test for personal jurisdiction. This post provides the relevant facts, the rule of law, and how to use this test on an exam.

International Shoe Co. Washington established the minimum contacts test for personal jurisdiction. This post provides the relevant facts, the rule of law, and how to use this test on an exam.

Byrne v Boadle is the classic Torts case that created the res ipsa loquitur doctrine. In this episode I explain the facts and rule from the case.

Byrne v Boadle is an 1863 case from England, where the court dealt with the use of circumstantial evidence in a negligence case.

In this law school Torts classic, Judge Learned Hand explains B<PxL: the famous "Learned Hand Formula." Learn more about the case and how to use the formula.

US v Carroll Towing is the negligence case where the Learned Hand formula was discussed for the first time: B

Proximate cause is one of the most difficult topics in Torts. In this post I provide a simple definition and example, and explain how to use it on an exam. Your exam performance does not have to be unforeseeable!

Proximate cause examines the connection between a wrongful act and injury. If the injury wasn't foreseeable then the defendant can avoid liability.

Do you get nervous during a test? Are you looking for ways to reduce exam stress? In this episode you will find 12 tips to help you relax and focus on the test. Good luck on your exams!

Twelve tips on how to stay calm during a test. These tips can help reduce test anxiety, which can help improve test scores.

Res ipsa loquitur is a concept that confuses many law students. Though this Latin phrase means “the thing speaks for itself,” the reality is that it is more like a small whisper for most law students.  In this post, learn what it is and how to use it on an exam. Good luck on your finals and the bar exam!

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