I wanted to be a lawyer almost my entire life. In much the way professional athletes can't believe they get paid to play the game they love, I can't believe I get paid to advocate for others.
I grew up a blissfully ignorant and stubborn child. I was the kid who would disobey teachers just because. I refused to read and would instead fish, hike, or play video games. I am sure my parents doubted whether I would ever make anything of myself. Now, after two decades of work, I find myself on a long-needed sabbatical. Writing is giving me the chance to work out the lessons I have learned thus far and to evaluate where I want to go next.
From 150 to 179 on the LSAT
by Mark Jenkins
A 29-point improvement on the LSAT? Jenkins did it and in this book he explains how. Straight-forward advice on the LSAT and a reminder that - no matter how important it seems now - the LSAT is only one step along the road. (One that will be forgotten once law school begins.)
Lots of authors claim LSAT expertise. Jenkins put his score report on the cover.
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