Law School Prep Course

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Make the most of your investment.
Approach law school with confidence.

You took a course to prepare for the LSAT – a one-day test. Why not take a course to prepare for law school – a three-year test?  The LSAT determines what law school you go to. Your performance in law school determines the rest of your life.

Specifically, how well you do your first year of law school determines: what grades you get, your GPA, your class ranking, whether you are eligible for law review or competitive clerkships, and whether the door will open for you for specific internship and employment opportunities. Basically, your first year is extremely important! Not only that, but competition to be at the top is fierce. Anxiety runs rampant. And students feel a lot of pressure very quickly.

A high-quality law school prep course can help ease pressure, lower anxiety, and give you the confidence that you are doing everything you need to be doing from day one law school.

Our Law School Preparatory Course is designed by Ms. Ashley Heidemann who graduated as the #1 law student in her class of over 200 people. In this course, she reveals the secrets were essential to her success in law school. 

The Law School Preparatory Course is composed of five classes. It is a one-on-one private course. We also offer a small group option (of a maximum of five students) in Birmingham, Michigan. We recommend you apply early to take our course as our private one-on-one slots and courses fill up quickly.

The Law School Prep Course Will Teach you These Essential Skills:

  • How law school differs from college
  • An overview of useful legal vocabulary
  • The two best resources that can save you time and anxiety throughout law school
  • How to speed-read cases
  • Tips on how to (and when to) brief cases
  • How to answer questions when you are “on call”
  • How to take notes during class
  • How to outline and learn your outlines
  • How to answer law school exam questions as well as key exam-taking strategies
  • How to prepare for your final exam all throughout the semester
  • How to create a law school study schedule (an in-depth guide)
  • How to cite cases
  • How to research (you will receive a LexisNexis ID so you can start researching when you sign up with us!)
  • Legal writing tips
  • Best of all: This course provides you with time-tested advice from a mentor who will answer your questions, guide you through law school and allay your law school fears.

The course consists of five sessions. You should expect to spend five hours per day on the course. (There are approximately 2-2.5 hours of instruction per session and two hours of homework per session.)

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The Law School Prep Course helps you Develop
these Skills before Law School Even Starts!

This law school preparatory course is the first of its kind. It does not just teach you the law; rather, it helps you to develop the skills and frame of mind you need to succeed in law school. You will have an opportunity to practice reading and briefing cases, making an outline, and answering exam questions. You will also have the opportunity to make a study schedule that you can use during your entire first semester of law school.

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Disclaimer: Taking this course does guarantee you will learn essential law school skills. However, taking this course does not provide any guarantee that you will graduate at the top of your class. 

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