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Other than the injurious effects of the COVID-19 (Sars-CoV-2) pandemic to the world’s economic and public health systems, what could be more dreading to law students than being unproductive and disheveled during their lock down or quarantine days?

Trust me, I know the feeling. I’ve been battling disorganization and lack of motivation since day 1 of my life as a working law student. When there’s a lot going on in your life, but still choose to do law school full time and achieve your dreams of becoming a lawyer BY HOOK OR BY CROOK, you have the tendency to swim through confusion and be overwhelmed with the amount of tasks you have on your plate. Hence, it is always important to devise a way to remedy your situation.

Insightful Weekly Planning is a Must in Law School Productivity

If there’s one thing I learned from being a working law student, it is the wonders of taking notes and making an agenda at all times. Especially with the type of situation the world is now in, these simple skills become more relevant in order for law students to stay focused and productive.

What I’d do is I’d breakdown my plans of action, particularly with how I approach my  law school readings. I make sure that I make doable goals so I’d achieve realistic results. After all, the last thing I’d want to experience is be frustrated, right? To do this, I’d keep track of my readings and my progress throughout the week by carefully planning the topics, which I’ll accomplish throughout such period.

My weekly readings plan would look something like this:

This is just a sample. Topics and pacing may vary depending on your current year level in law school. Also, the topics used here are based on Philippine statutory and procedural laws.

Colors motivate me a lot. This explains why highlighters are, for me, heaven sent. I am pretty sure this is the case with most law students too. So, I decided to create my own bulleted list of readings, incorporating some of the “yummy colors” I love looking at.

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