This fully-online course introduces students to the kind of doctrinal concepts and legal skills students will encounter at law school through guided analysis of case law and legal hypotheticals. The exam at the end of the course is being tested for its potential as a valid and reliable law school admissions tool.
This program prepared me to read and digest cases. I was able to pull out the relevant information much faster than most of my peers.
The most satisfying part was learning how concepts could be broken down to easily understand them.
It was a good way to start case-reading before law school, and to start working through how to actually read cases, understand them, and then logically order how I think about them through case briefing.
I enjoyed the lectures and was happy to get acquainted with briefing and analyzing cases in a low-risk environment before starting law school.
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Develop Real Legal Skills
Students develop skills reading cases, analyzing case law, spotting issues, and writing clearly. Our instructional approach incorporates both evidence-based pedagogy and traditional legal instruction. Students learn through modeling, coaching, and instant feedback best suited for skill development, while practicing the self-assessment skills and deliberate practice necessary to excel at law school.
Exams Closely Tailored to the Law School Experience
Providing you firsthand insight into the high-stakes law school final