Book Description: Juris Types: Learning Law through Self-Understanding is a first-of-its-kind law school study guide. Written by law school professors and psychological type experts Don and Martha Peters, Juris Types goes beyond general study tips to help you find learning strategies ideally suited to your unique personality. The means to better self-understanding and study strategies is the well-established personality theory of psychological type, familiar to millions of people who have taken the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® instrument. Juris Types begins with a clear, straightforward explanation of the concepts of type, addressing the different ways we take in and process information, organize our time and attention, and make decisions. The bulk of the book is dedicated to applying knowledge of type to study routines and exam-taking strategies. Included is a CD-ROM of reproducible step-by-step exercises to help guide you through each chapter. You will discover your own methods to better organize your time, study effectively, and prepare for and perform successfully on tests. An indispensable tool for maximum law school success with a minimum of stress.