We offer academic instruction to students preparing for or currently attending law school. The first year of law school can be particularly challenging. Students must learn a considerable amount of substantive law and will, in most cases, have their first encounters with the Socratic method of instruction, an effective and exciting but sometimes daunting mode of teaching. Additional preparation, instruction, and review can provide useful supplements for students facing law school's academic challenges.
Our law school tutors—all lawyers who performed exceptionally well in law school themselves—engage students in a comprehensive review of the material. Through this process, we prepare students for the various forms of class participation and exam formats in a law school curriculum. Ultimately, our goal is to help make the law school experience more deeply rewarding for our students, both academically and professionally.