United States Law/First Year Guide

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1L is how lawyers and law students informally refer to the first year of the law school education. Law school education (full time) in the United States is typically 3 years. The first year courses are typically: Contracts, Torts, /Property, Civil Procedure, Criminal Law, and Legal Writing.

Subjects[edit | edit source]

Law Review[edit | edit source]

Books on Suceeding in Law School[edit | edit source]

Study Aids[edit | edit source]

Books on 1L experience[edit | edit source]

The Paper Chase[edit | edit source]

One L : The Turbulent True Story of a First Year at Harvard Law School[edit | edit source]