Law students benefit by connections with professors, fellow students

, The National Law Journal

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Want to do well in law school? Try some extra face time with professors and fellow students. A large-scale survey of law students found that those who interacted more with faculty members and classmates experienced benefits including keener critical and analytical thinking, writing and research skills, and ethical development.

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  • Michael

    Can we infer from the article that 75% of students DID have interactions with professors OUTSIDE the classroom, and the same number asked professors for career advice? If true, that is outrageous! The article you should have written is the huge increase in apple-polishing going on in law schools, and the dramatic increase in its effectiveness!

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