The Zen of Law School Success by Chad Noreuil has just been added to the library’s collection.
The book offers a comprehensive approach to succeeding in law school based on the fundamental principles of Zen: focus, discipline, awareness, and balance. It addresses all of these principles as they apply to the law school environment.
In Zen, the ultimate goal is to reach enlightenment; in law school, the ultimate goal is to “succeed.” Throughout the book, the author likens the end goal of enlightenment of Zen with the end goal of succeeding in law school.
The book also offers specific, practical advice for studying, outlining, performing well in class, managing law school stress, getting a job after graduation, and especially succeeding on exams.
For more tips, visit the author’s Law School Zen page.