1. Although unrelated to law itself, (gasp!) stay active! Make time for yourself and join a gym, enroll in a class through a gym, commit to taking a run… whatever floats your boat. Make a point to stay active and get your body moving. Constant studying and sitting in classes will keep you complacent and isn't healthy for your mental of physical state. Staying physically active is good for your mind and body, so get going!
2. Find a good place to study. While the law library may be exciting initially, there will come a time when you can no longer stand the sight of it or your fellow classmates. Find a comfortable place where you can retreat and still get your work done off campus. You'll appreciate having somewhere to call your own at some point down the line.
3. Remember there is a learning curve. Whatever worked for your undergrad may not work for you in law school. Learning and testing are different in law school than they once were. It may take some experimenting to get into your groove. Don't let law school intimidate you and don't be scared to try new things.
Andrew M Wyatt Attorney from California, knows all about stepping outside of the norm and trying new things. Having received a Master's degree in music, Wyatt entered law school and attained his degree after learning his own unique style of studying and testing. Wyatt has always been one to appreciate education and went on to receive his CFP certification as well.
Learning your own technique to tackle law school will be one of the most beneficial things you can do for yourself. Maintain your health and sanity and take the time to keep hobbies. Wyatt, for instance, still enjoys playing instruments and writing music in his free time. It's important to always stay true to yourself through your law school journey. After all, you were selected to attend law school for a reason and the way you go about graduating will be your own unique journey!