Here's a fine head start for college students planning to go on to law school. It describes the day-to-day law school experience, the subjects to be studied and mastered, competition, and the standard procedures that define the law school environment. The author offers advice on taking good lecture notes, effective study methods, library research, test-taking, handling the inevitable stresses of law school, and much more. There is also advice on participating in student organizations, student government, moot court, and law review journals, as well as tips on job hunting after completing law school. New in this edition is information on utilizing technology to manage law school, as well as advice on studying more effectively.