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Browsing Texas Tech University School of Law by Author "Jarmon, Amy L."

Browsing Texas Tech University School of Law by Author "Jarmon, Amy L."

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  • Jarmon, Amy L. (2010-11)
    Dean Jarmon discusses time management skills and different approaches to studying to ensure success in law school. Students who diligently study and work to truly understand course information all semester excel in law ...
  • Jarmon, Amy L. (Student Lawyer, 2011-05)
    In this article, Professor Jarmon explores ways that law students can gain a competitive edge during their summer breaks. While many law students will be focusing solely on finding paid legal employment, this article ...
  • Jarmon, Amy L. (2009)
    Professor Jarmon encourages students to evaluate their study habits and suggests a handful of questions students should ask themselves to analyze their habits.
  • Jarmon, Amy L. (2011-02)
    Absorption learning preferences indicate which formats are most advantageous to a specific learner. Students have to deal with a variety of presentation formats because they usually do not control the choice of course ...
  • Jarmon, Amy L. (2011-03)
    We need to process legal material thoroughly if we are to learn and retain it successfully. How we organize the material for learning is determined by our individual processing learning preferences. This article describes ...
  • Jarmon, Amy L. (Student Lawyer, 2009)
    Professor Jarmon encourages students to review old exams and gives a short checklist of questions for the student to answer when reviewing the old exams.
  • Jarmon, Amy L. (Student Lawyer, 2008)
    Dean Jarmon explains a couple ideas that first year and second year law students may want to consider in order to make their summer more productive.
  • Jarmon, Amy L. (Student Lawyer, 2008-10)
    Professor Jarmon recommends how successful students can continue to be successful students in law by changing their study habits and techniques.
  • Jarmon, Amy L. (Student Lawyer, 2010)
    Law classes require different strategies than undergraduate classes because of format, content, and pace differences. Law professors rarely lecture because they expect students to understand basic concepts during class ...
  • Jarmon, Amy L. (Student lawyer, 2008-04)
    Professor Jarmon, recognizing that multitasking in law classrooms could be harmful, makes recommendations to limit such distractions.
  • Jarmon, Amy L. (2009)
    Professor Jarmon advises students to not only learn the black-letter law but to also do carefully chosen practice questions to better prepare for the final exam.
  • Jarmon, Amy L. (Student Lawyer, 2008)
    Professor Jarmon advises students to learn in class rather than put off the studying to cram later in the semester.
  • Jarmon, Amy L. (Student Lawyer, 2007)
    Professor Jarmon encourages law students to take advantage of study groups and gives advice on how to form it and what to do in the group.
  • Jarmon, Amy L. (Student Lawyer, 2007)
    Professor Jarmon gives useful tips to law students on how to make time to study in law school.
  • Jarmon, Amy L. (Student Lawyer, 2008-09)
    Professor Jarmon asks the reader to consider different points about buying commercial study aids.