We offer law school tutoring services to help you improve your performance on law school exams and the bar exam. The vast majority of law students believe that they don’t do well on exams because they haven’t studied hard enough, so they spend their time reading the same material over and over again hoping to do better. That doesn’t work–one definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. You need individual attention to take your performance to the next level.
If your law school has an academic success department, that department usually offers a few sessions that provides general exam advice. Or, you may get a thirty minute meeting with someone in academic success that might not be providing you with what you really need to succeed. Unfortunately most law professors, if they meet with you, don’t provide the feedback you need to help you get a higher grade. Let us help you improve your performance.
Everyone is different, so we don’t provide a one-size-fits-all approach to tutoring. Each time we meet we will assess your progress and craft a plan that works for you. Law school skills build on each other, so you need someone who knows how to identify your specific problem areas. Fill out our contact form for a free initial consultation and let’s talk about whether we can help you. We’ll let you know if we can help you, and you can figure out whether we are the right fit for you
Our tutors have helped law students at these law schools:
Appalachian, Charleston, Charlotte, Concord, Duke, Elon, Emory, Florida, Florida Coastal, Florida State, Georgetown, John Marshall Atlanta, Liberty, Lincoln Memorial, Maine, North Carolina Central, North Dakota, San Diego, South Carolina, Stetson, Tennessee, Texas, Vanderbilt, and Wake Forest.
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Our tutoring services cost $100 per hour, with discounts available for purchasing 5 or 10 hour tutoring packs.
Professor Beau Baez attended a top 14 law school and has taught thousands of law students at several law schools. He attained the rank of full professor with tenure, and at two law schools he received the best professor of the year award. He has helped students at every level succeed by taking them where they were and providing them with the tools they needed to make improvements. By following his advice he has taken some students from the bottom 25% on a midterm exam to the top of the class on the final exam. He can help you in the following areas: study skills, exam improvement, Torts, Business Associations, and Federal Income Taxation.