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Saturday & Sunday, 25 & 26 JULY 2015 * 8:30 AM to 5:30 PM
Maximize your investment in time, money and effort when you study in law school. This pre-law program is uniquely tailored to meet the goal of surviving and excelling in law school as well as topping the bar exam thereafter. This unique course is specially designed to teach you all the proven techniques on how to really excel in class. Have a great start in law school, be ahead of the game and have a real edge by knowing the best kept secrets and study techniques of no. 1 bar topnotchers and valedictorians who will share their rich experiences on how to be the best.

The two-day seminar-workshop will showcase the best practices in digesting and analyzing complex laws and cases, memory retention, and answering the toughest recitation and exams. Also, learn what to expect in law school including how to impress terror professors, handle personal issues and deal with classmates, fraternities and sororities.

A great future awaits those who plan ahead. Don't wait until it's too late. Attend and learn from the best and the brightest! This program is designed by the author of the book "How To Excel In Law School”.
Who Should Attend: A must for those entering law school and others who are seriously planning to go to law school. This is also applicable and effective program for those who are already in law school.

Lecturer 1: Atty. Jim V. Lopez - He is the author of 5 best-selling books including How To Excel in Law School and the course director of this unique program that is guaranteed to help you excel in law school and top the bar exams. He finished law at U.P. and pursued post-graduate studies at Harvard University.

Lecturer 2: Atty. Reinier Paul R. Yebra - No. 1 Bar Topnotcher '09 & Valedictorian, San Beda College Law School. He will share his effective study system that has helped him and his study group become bar topnotchers in that fateful year. Some bar topnochers happen by chance. His achievement was based on a systematic effort to top the bar. You can be No. 1 if you know all the techniques he will share with you.

Lecturer 3: Robert M. Racasa - is known as the Father of Philippine Memory Sports who coached and produced 3 Filipino International Grandmasters of Memory. His achievements include being the master trainer who has made the Philippines rank no. 1 in Asia in Super Memory Championships in 2013. He is a double gold medallist in the Thailand International Memory Competition in 2012 and a silver medallist in the World Memory Championship 2011 held in China. He has also earned the title of being known as a walking Human Calendar. He has been featured 25 times in GMA 7, ANC Channel, PTV 4 and ABS-CBN for his outstanding achievement in memory sports and his advocacy for healthy memory. His seminars are always highly rated by participants both students and professionals.

Limited Seats Only, Pre-Registration Required

Contact Person: Lara Magnait
Manila lines: (+632) 556-8968 or 69
  Manila Telefax: (+632) 842-7148 or 59
   Cebu lines: (+63 32) 512-3106 or 07
   Baguio line: (+63 74) 423-5148
   Legazpi line (+63 52) 736-0148

   Seminar Investment:
(if paying on or before June 25, 2015)
P8,980 (Regular Seminar Fee / Walk-in Rate)
   inclusive of 2 Snacks and 1 Lunch per day, Resource Kit, and
   Certificate of Attendance
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An Insider's Guide on How to Excel in Law School

A Best Practices Pre-Law Program for Future Lawyers

8:30am to 5:30pm, Saturday & Sunday, July 25 & 26, 2015

Benefit in Attending this Pre-Law Program

As a law school student, you will be investing so much time, money, and effort to learn the ropes on finishing law school with "flying colors.” Earning high grades in law school is not an accident. You will have a more prosperous career in law if you have good grades in law school. You will earn more respect from your peers and clients. Law firms will be more inclined to offer you a more lucrative compensation package. But achieving optimum performance in law school requires thorough planning. This unique course is specially designed to teach you all the proven techniques on how to make the most out of your legal education. A great future awaits those who plan ahead. Don't wait until it's too late. Learn from the best now.



8:30 am to 12:00 noon - What to Expect in Law School

1.   Overview of Law School life
2.   How to prepare for the first day of class
3.   Subjects in the law schools and their importance
4.   How to prepare for the bar exams from day 1 of law school
5.   How to master the 8 bar exam subjects
6.   How to deal with deans, law professors, administrative personnel & classmates
7.   How to know if law school life is for you as a full time student
8.   How to know if law school life is for you as a single working student
9.   How to know if law school life is for you as a married & working parent
10. How to select books that really matter in law school
11. How to learn from books that valedictorians and bar topnotchers have used in preparing for the bar
12. How to be in the Top Ten of your class without being a genius
13. How to address fraternity, and sorority issues & peer pressure

1:00 pm to 3:00 pm - Top Secrets Study Techniques of No. 1 Bar Topnotchers
                                       and Valedictorians of Top Law Schools

1.   How to read your law professors like a book - students' viewpoint
2.   How to cope and effectively deal with terror professors - students' viewpoint
3.   How to adapt to the teaching methods of various professors
4.   How to manage your time effectively
5.   How to cultivate effective study habits
6.   How to design and maintain a regimented study schedule
7.   How to digest complex cases
8.   How to read law books properly
9.   What are case digests and how to use them effectively
10. How to simplify and analyze laws and cases
11. How to maximize the use of the law library
12. How maximize the use of study groups
13. How to know when to be absent from class

3:00 pm to 5:30 pm - Best Kept Test Taking Techniques from the Masters

1.   How to take law school exams and get top grades
2.   How to organize your answers in essay exams - with examples
3.   How to spot issues in complicated law exams
4.   How to develop arguments in issue-spotting exams
5.   How to choose the best answer in multiple choice exams
6.   How to improve your English grammar and spelling


8:30 am to 10:30 am - How to Excel during Recitation

1.   How to impress your professor when you recite
2.   How to enunciate your words when you speak
3.   How to master the Socratic Method
4.   How improvise when you are not sure of your answer
5.   How to anticipate most-asked questions from your professors
6.   How to avoid antagonizing your professors during recitation
7.   How to get the professors of your choice
8.   What to do when professors get mad at you when it's your fault
9.   What to do when professors get mad at you when it's their fault
10. What professors look for in grading students during recitation
11. How to ask intelligent questions
12. How to avoid stupid questions professors hate
13. How to ask clarificatory questions appropriately
14. Best Practices in preparing how to land a great job after law school
       - How to be ahead of everyone in job hunting
       - What the best law firms look for in a job candidate

10:45 am to 12:00 noon - Reading Faster with Maximum Comprehension

1.   How to avoid stumbling blocks and pitfalls in reading
2.   How to maximize comprehension while increasing speed
3.   How to increase retention skills

1:00 pm to 2:00 pm - Special Speed Reading Practical Exercises

1.   How to determine your reading speed
2.   How to use a pacer to increase speed in reading law books without losing focus
3.   How to concentrate on the material and avoid daydreaming

2:00 pm to 4:00 pm - Super Power Memory Techniques

1.   How to enhance your power of recall
2.   How to remember key words and provisions of the law
3.   How to let imagination and humor develop recollection of enumerated items
4.   How to master the Link and Peg method of long term memory
5.   Best Practices advices to bolster your memory

4:30 pm to 5:15 pm - Other Important Issues

1.   How to effectively complain against unfair grading of professors
2.   How to deal with issues concerning discipline and grievances
3.   How to deal with sexual harassment in law school

SEMINAR FEE PER PERSON (Fee covers 2 Snacks and 1 Lunch per day, Resource Kit, and Certificate of Attendance) :

P 6,980 (if you register and pay on or before June 25, 2015)
P 8,980 (if you register and pay after June 25, 2015)

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