One blogger says "Law school is not Las Vegas—what happens in law school does not stay there"! The lastest post from the Lawyerist offers tips on how to succeed in law school, including getting to know your professors for future references requests, manage your studying time efficiently, and get practical legal experience.
One of the comments to the above post leads me to this question. If someone is giving advice about law school, does it matter where they went to school or how well they did? Does it matter that they attended a top-tier law school and graduated and passed the bar. What level of success does a blogger need to have credibility. One last question to think about, what about the person who is more successful after law school than they were in law school. Does that add to his or her credibility?