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Your first year grades not only determine your eligibility for law review and other academic honors, but dictate what job opportunities are available when you graduate. The most selective legal employers recruit law students at the beginning of their second year, and they often only interview law students who finished at the top of their 1L class.
Law Preview helps you prepare for the law school experience and ultimately your legal career. Our live classroom courses take place in locations throughout the United States, while our online workshop can be taken from the convenience of your home. No matter how you prefer to study, Law Preview can help.
Statistics are based on a survey of Law Preview students who attended a live 5- or 6-day program between 2010 and 2014. The survey was conducted by Hanover Research, an independent third party.
I was able to achieve a 3.9 GPA during my first semester, and I was even asked to serve as a TA by one of my professors. I believe that my Law Preview course definitely contributed to my academic success so far and I plan to continue applying Law Preview strategies for the rest of my law school career. I think the most important thing that helped me was being consistent about working hard throughout the semester. Law Preview’s email reminders and tips throughout the fall semester really helped keep me on track.
Class of 2016 – Columbia University Law School
I attended your July session at NYU and just completed my first semester at NY Law School, I wanted to let you know that Law Preview provided me tools necessary to post a 4.11 (A+ in Contracts, A in Torts and A in Legal Practice) going to school part time and working full time. Your methods allowed me to do minimal “crunch time” studying for that midterm and post the highest grades on both assignments. Thank you from someone who has never held a 4.0 in his life!
Class of 2016 – New York Law School