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Noreuil publishes new book on law-school success


February 01, 2012

A new book, "The Zen of Law School Success," written by Chad Noreuil a clinical professor at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, was recently released.

The book offers a “comprehensive approach to succeeding in law school.” It details how to put the Zen principle into practice in order to maximize one’s ability to have a successful law career. The Zen of Law School Success also focuses on doing well on exams and includes many exercises and model answers.

Noreuil teaches Legal Method & Writing, Prisoner Rights and a Bar Exam Workshop series. He is a national lecturer for BARBRI Bar Review, which prepares recent graduates for passing the bar exam, and he teaches “The Zen of Passing the Bar Exam Seminar” at law schools throughout the country. He has written and published two other books about the law school experience and passing the Bar, "The Arizona Bar Exam: Pass it Now" and "The Zen of Passing the Bar Exam." Noreuil has also written three legal thrillers, "Cross, Innocence Within," and his latest, "Self-Defense," which he is currently shopping for publication.