This course is designed to help students develop and strengthen the analytical and writing skills necessary to succeed on law school exams, the bar exam and as attorneys. This course will equip students with the skills needed to outline and write clear, concise essays by teaching them how to (1) identify and articulate legal issues in dispute and (2) apply applicable facts to legally relevant rules of law and rule explanations to reach logical conclusions. Students enrolled in this course will participate in a two-hour writing workshop (live or virtual depending on time of enrollment), write and receive constructive and personalized feedback on two essays, and attend two private tutoring sessions to help them improve their analytical and writing skills.
We offer individualized and small group tutoring for law school students. In our individualized and small group tutoring sessions, we teach students learning strategies, study skills and exam taking techniques to help them excel in law school. We also help them identify deficiencies in their learning processes; fill voids and gaps in their substantive knowledge; and strengthen exam and legal writing skills. Students have the option of writing practice exams and receiving constructive and personalized feedback to help them strengthen and perfect their analytical and writing skills. For small group sessions, the cost of the session is divided by the number of student participants. Up to five students can participate in a small group session.
In this 60-minute power session, we equip students with the fundamental skills needed to write efficiently for law school exams, the bar exam and their future practices as Esquires. During this session students will learn to write clear and concise legal analyses in six (6) simple steps for:
In the legal profession, it is customary for employers to require their prospective employees and interns to submit a writing sample prior to or during an interview process. Our Writing Sample Consultation is designed to help future attorneys confidently and competently demonstrate strong legal writing and researching skills on paper. An assigned consultant will review, critique and provide written feedback for a single writing sample submitted by a client. In addition, clients will receive a free one hour consultation with their assigned consultant to address any questions or concerns that may still be outstanding after thorough review of the feedback given.