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One definition of superhero that I found was that a superhero is "an exceptionally skillful or successful person". I couldn't find a better description of what every student who fights their way through the perils and dangers of law school are.

This website is designed to help you become your own law school superhero.

This site contains the blog, including advice for each year of law school, study tips, tricks on getting internships, etc. This site also contains battle strategies, like scheduling advice, essay approaches, and other information. 

Every day will contain multiple challenges you will be forced to overcome. But you, like all those that have come before you and currently battling along side you, have one main goal: to graduate law school. Not everyone succeeds. But that doesn't mean you can't.

But don't worry. Myself and others will be here to help. We're here for you during the good and the bad. We don't only judge superheros by their wins but by their bravery and ability to face their fears on a day to day basis. That's why you will see advice from people still in law school, people who have failed out of law school, as well as those who graduated.

Please explore, join the network of superheros-in-training for e-mail updates and helpful tid-bits, and tell us what you need to be the very best you can be. Just promise us that you won't judge our bruised and battered superheros. We will never judge you in return because we once were in your shoes.

So, kid, the question is this: Do you have what it takes to be a law school superhero?

If so:
Welcome! And best of luck, superhero!