United States Law/First Year Guide

1L is how lawyers and law students informally refer to the first year of the law school education. Law school education (full time) in the United States is typically 3 years. The first year courses are typically: Contracts, Torts, /Property, Civil Procedure, Criminal Law, and Legal Writing.


Law ReviewEdit

Books on Suceeding in Law SchoolEdit

Study AidsEdit

Books on 1L experienceEdit

The Paper ChaseEdit

One L : The Turbulent True Story of a First Year at Harvard Law SchoolEdit