I’m a law professor in beautiful Portland, Oregon.
As a law student, I graduated from my law school with the highest grade point average in its history.
But I didn’t have the makings of a star law student.
I grew up in a foreign country, learned English as a second language in a family with no English speakers, and came to the United States by myself when I was 17. To top it off, I majored in astronomy in college and wrote a grand total of two papers.
Not an ideal background for an aspiring lawyer!
So I did everything I could do to learn how to succeed the hard way. I devoured self-help books on law school, interviewed successful law students, peppered my professors with endless questions, and throughout all this, discovered surprising strategies for law school success.
I tailored these strategies with trial-and-error over my law school career, and graduated with a 4.17 GPA out of 4.3 (A+). I never pulled an all nighter, rarely worked past dinner, and had a great social life.
In this course, I will show (not just tell) these proven, step-by- step techniques that top law students use to excel in law school.
I developed this course after years of research and perfecting. I’ll share with you the material that took me months to learn in law school and the mistakes I’ve made so you can avoid them.
I’ve taught these techniques to hundreds of other students and observed from the sidelines as they were validated over and over again.