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How to: Write on paper at the speed of light

By Dan Cristian / April 27, 2017

I am sure you will agree with me when I say:Given the fact that you have to write as much as possible in almost no time, taking notes and especially exams during law school, is stressful and exhausting.Or, is it?Well, it turns out that improving the speed of your writing may not be as hard […]


How to take notes as a law student

By Dan Cristian / January 6, 2017

I’m sure you’ll agree with me when I say:Taking notes as a law student, where professors lecture in lightning speed, but they still take hours to finish the subject, is stressful and annoying.Or, is it?Well, it turns out that taking the perfect notes that will help you during the exam time may not be as consumptive as you’d […]


Networking With Other Professionals

By Julian Frachtman / December 3, 2016

As young professionals, it should – in theory – be easy for us to network with one another. Many organizations create fertile opportunities by hosting events – usually at bars – where we can meet, not only other attorneys, but also other professionals. Whether you are a solo attorney, are part of a small firm, […]


6 Situational methods

By Dan Cristian / October 23, 2016

I. Remembering names We have all experienced the awkward moment of forgetting a name we should have remembered, in this article, we will go over five tips that will help you remember names more efficiently. Memorizing names is a crucial aspect of a good memory, many of the most wealthy people in the world have […]


5 Memory Techniques for law students

By Dan Cristian / October 18, 2016

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Memory techniques are at the core of memory study and retention development. Without taking the time to learn the tools of the trade, you are just fooling yourself, and just dipping your toe in the water, while you should just dive right in and get wet. Like any other endeavor, you need to have a […]

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