Lee has been helping people prepare for law school since 2009, working both inside and outside of law schools. Lee is passionate about demystifying the law school experience and helping students learn the skills necessary to be successful in law school and eventually on the bar exam. Lee graduated from the University of San Francisco School of Law and worked in BigLaw before making a move to teaching and tutoring. When not working on the Law School Toolbox, Lee can be found hanging out at farmer's markets (and trying to cook what she buys), traveling, and spending time with her family.
This exam post-mortem, with a focus on points, is the most important thing you can do. I don’t mean to fetishize check marks or rubrics, but I strongly believe that if you can take two exam answers written ‘live’ by earnest law students and figure out why one got more points than the other, you will gain a powerful advantage over your peers. First, law school exams will stop being quite so scary – you’ll be the bearer of the secret knowledge that even if at first blush exams seem similar, it is quite possible to figure out which is ‘better’. Second, you’ll be able to use that knowledge to focus your keystrokes come exam time on those sentences and thought processes that you know GET YOU POINTS in advance.
Bucerius Law School is located in the city center, near Hamburg's trade exhibition center and the park Planten un Blomen . Housed in a historic building that used to serve as the horticulture and botany buildings for the University of Hamburg , Bucerius features a full service Mensa, or cafeteria, offering a variety of hot meals daily. A new library building with a capacity of 450 workspaces was added to the eastern side of the main building in 2007. The library comprises 76,000 books and 2,355 periodicals in printed and electronic form; it is not open to the public. There are several computer labs, a napping room, a theater and an on-campus and bilingual (German/English) kindergarten. Important events such as major soccer-matches can be watched on a full screen in the lecture hall. There is a gym on-campus which students are free to use once an initial registration fee of 50 Euro has been paid. Showers are available both inside the gym and in the main building. On its top floor, Bucerius Law School has 15 separate rooms for students who wish to study with their friends in small groups. In cases of exam pressure and stress symptoms a coach from the university can be consulted. The school offers individual exam training sessions in its "exam clinic".