Wednesday, February 07, 2007

Found Wisdom: Time Management

Over the last month or so I have been collecting links to various blog entries and web pages I have found that contain useful information or tips for law school. I am going to start posting these links under the title "Found Wisdom" so that other law students or law students-to-be can take advantage of them as well. This installment contains tips for how law school students (and others) can make the most of their time.

The first link comes from the University of Dayton School of Law's Online Academic Assistance site. Their Time Management for Law Students contains a discussion of goal setting, time perspective, and planning.

Villanova University School of Law's Academic Support site has a great article on managing your time by creating weekly and semester-long schedules.

The Law School Academic Support Blog recently posted about a variation of the weekly schedule described above, in which preparation for each class is done two days ahead.

At Top Law Student there is a great post about preparing an exam study schedule.

Finally, a couple of time management ideas that would be of use to anyone who wants to get more out of their day: Tapping the Power of Your Morning Routine and Harnessing your Interstitial Time (both via Lifehacker, another great resource for all kinds of tips).

I hope this is helpful. If anyone has additional time management tips or resources, feel free to share them in the comments.

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