Being a Law Student: What does it mean?
Being a student seems to be rather similar in different countries: attending lectures, taking part in seminars, carrying out research. Is it the same to be a law-student?
There are many movies about American attorneys; there are even movies about law students, some being very popular.
“The Paper Chase” (1973) is about first-year students of Harvard Law School. One of the professors uses the Socratic Method. (SocMeth)

To overcome difficulties students join study groups. There are pros and cons of studying in a group.

Regardless of major there is always a student in class who ‘knows everything’. Americans call such a person “a gunner”.

Is this similar to what you are doing in class? What methods do your teachers use?
What is the best way to study in your opinion?