Before talking about me, let's talk about you: You must rock your law school exams. (That includes the bar exam, but we'll get there in a minute).
More than ever, your success as a lawyer--getting a good law firm job, clerkship, public interest position, or teaching position--will depend on your law school grades, and your first year grades in particular.
And if you think you can ace law school by doing what you did in college, you will have a disappointing first semester.
Let me help you learn the right way to study for law school.
People who get good grades are not necessarily smarter (though it helps). The key is learning the _right way_ to study for law school exams. Working hard is no good if you spend energy doing the wrong things, only to get mediocre grades. Let me help you get on the right side of the 80/20 rule.
So, why work with me (and here is where we talk about me)?
(1) I aced exams as a law student using the methods I will teach you: I graduated from NYU Law School magna cum laude, Order of the Coif (top 10%), and a senior board member of Law Review.
(2) I was a teaching assistant for two classes, and I wrote and graded practices exams, so I know from a professor's perspective exactly what law students do right and wrong.
(3) I have successfully tutored students at NYU Law, Fordham, and other New York area law schools.
So if you want to learn the right approach, the 80/20 way, to study for law school, please email me.
Start now--you need to start to prepare before you get to law school. Not all summer, mind you, but maybe a month before. You'll need a little time to learn this new method of studying.
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PS. I offer other services, too. I do tutor for the New York bar exam, especially international/foreign LLMs and attorneys I review and edit resumes for law jobs and clerkships. I can coach for the law review writing competition (as an editor for Law Review, I wrote and graded the competition), at least before it starts (I will not help during the competition). I can also help with general legal career advice, and selection of judges and law firms to apply to.
But let's start by rocking your exams first.
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PPS. Hate to be a hater, but some people should not write me:
First, if price is your first and only concern, I am not the tutor for you. My services are less expensive than comparable high-quality tutoring services, but not cheap. If you think you can pay, like, $10 or $20 an hour for help like I am offering, you're delusional.
Please believe me when I say that no one who actually knows how to ace law school will give their advice cheaply. Whether or not you work with me, please don't just go with the cheapest tutor you can find. Make them prove to you that they can improve your grades, and then pay for that value you are getting.
Second, if you want a money-back guarantee of all As, don't write me. I can't guarantee results; no one can. Anyone who does is lying. Law school is sometimes, often cruelly, random. Law professors are strange folk, and give out grades at random sometimes (much more so than undergrad professors, who usually recognize effort). As prepared as I was, I still got the occasional B (on the flip side: I aced some classes I thought I was going to fail).
What I can do is put you on the right path and show you how I and others before and after me succeeded (i.e., graduated with honors at very competitive law schools). You still have to do the work, but I will help you do it the right way.