This page includes resources intended to help students succeed in law school. This page is divided into four topics:
Note that there is some overlap here. Those books devoted to the 1L experience also discuss law school success generally (does it ever really change) and the general texts cover first year success as well.
The Center for Computer-assisted Legal Instruction (CALI) provides a number of lessons intended to support students in their development of critical-thinking skills and provide students with the meta-skills needed to succeed in law school. These include lessons on preparing for class, preparing for and succeeding on exams, and improving on prior performance. The quickest way to access CALI's law school success lessons is through its Law School Success Subject Outline. There are also a number of helpful CALI podcasts on law school success including tip from law school professors.