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#The3Llife: Rolling with the Punches
GUEST BLOG By Shaun Sanders,
3L at Chapman University’s
Dale E. Fowler School of Law

I remember how daunting it was to step into my law school on the first day of my first year.

I was ready, but only because I had prepared to accept how unprepared I was.
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#The2Llife: Missing the Forest
for the Trees
GUEST BLOG By Harrison Thorne,
2L at UCLA School of Law

Law school is very hard. There is more reading than you think possible, and nobody gives you concrete feedback.

During my first year, it was fairly common for me to oscillate between feeling that I had everything under control and freaking out. Ask my family.
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#The1Llife: Staying Sane
GUEST BLOG By Lauren Rose,
1L at the University of Detroit Mercy

As I’m approaching my fourth week of law school (but who’s counting, right?), the value of making time for things I enjoy has become increasingly important.

Spending hours and hours on reading, and briefs, and writing assignments is grueling.
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