Taking a Law Preview Prep Course the summer before 1L is the ultimate key to law school success.
Taught by the nation’s top law professors, Law Preview Law School Prep Courses are built to give incoming law students the tools they need to get to the top of the class. In only six days, you’ll learn everything from core 1L material to proven exam-taking strategies and more.
Keep reading to see the three most valuable lessons you’ll learn by taking Law Preview this summer.
Core 1L Material Overview
One of the most impactful thing you’ll learn by taking Law Preview is the fundamentals of core 1L curriculum. During the course of this overview, students will read and brief 30 of the most important cases that they will no doubt encounter again throughout their 1L year.
- Criminal law
- Civil procedure
- Constitutional law
Academic Success Skills
Getting to the top doesn’t just mean understanding class material. It means walking into class with a gameplan and the right skills to help you execute it.
Law Preview Courses are built to teach you some of the most important skills you’ll need to conquer law school and beyond.
Students also gain access to the Online Academic Success Skills Workshop for an on-demand refresher on what they learned in class.
Academic Success Skills Include:
- Case briefing and case law analysis
- 12 steps to academic success
- Outlining and note-taking
- Exam taking strategies
- And more
Legal Research and Writing
This one day workshop covers everything you need to know about legal writing and research before starting your 1L year. The skills learned in this workshop are instrumental in taking exams and becoming a successful lawyer.
We teach students the proper approach to the following topics:
Online Legal Research by LexisNexis
Experts from LexisNexis instruct students on how to conduct case law and statutory research efficiently and effectively. Students also receive an active Lexis Advance account throughout the summer.
How to Analyze & Synthesize Legal Authority
Learn how to think like a lawyer by analyzing legal issues and synthesizing rules using DRAC (Dispute, Rule, Arguments, Conclusion).
Professors from top law schools will teach you how to frame disputes and structure arguments to maximize the persuasiveness of your briefs.
Persuasive Writing & Oral Argument
This workshop will equip you with the tools you’ll need to draft objective memoranda and persuasive briefs, and show you how to avoid common mistakes.
#ConquerLawSchool with Law Preview
Don’t risk falling behind in law school. Take a Law Preview Law School Prep Course and get the tools you need to get to the top of the class.
Still not sure if you’re ready to register? Check out the resources below.
- Learn why it’s important to prepare before law school.
- Check out our success statistics and student testimonials.
- On a budget? Learn about our No Interest Payment Plan.
Take the first step toward the top of the class. Register for a Law Preview Course today.