Getting To Maybe: How to Excel on Law School Exams

Getting To Maybe: How to Excel on Law School Exams

After starting law school, my second big fear is the exam period after the first semester. Two weeks devoted to exams (that's just scary). A guide like this on how to argue and how to present and how to be fully prepared done by people from one of the best law schools in the nation (HLS) seems like it might calm me down a bit.

  • A version of this decision coin was invented 30 years ago by Jennifer Vraney's father, George Vraney, for use with her and her sister. Jennifer and her sister would stay with their dad for summers and all the silly things they fou... A version of this decision coin was invented 30 years ago by Jennifer Vraney's father, George Vraney, for use with her and her sister. Jennifer and her sister would stay with their dad for summers and all the silly things they fought about drove him bananas! This coin worked like a charm. Jennifer's sister, being older, figured out the strategy behind it. Jennifer never really did, but that didn't matter because both sisters won in every situation. All their dad had to say was "who has the coin" and that person would figure out what to do. Two years ago, Jennifer asked her father if he'd be interested in taking the Pocket Referee to market with her, and the rest is history!