FREE COURSE TEXT
This law school preparatory course focuses on the IRAC writing style used in law school, and the course's main assignment teaches students how to apply six case opinions from a state supreme court, which consist of thousands of words, to an actual first semester law school legal writing assignment that has a 700-word limit.
If you are
interested in receiving a written critique of your answer to the course's main assignment, please use the link below to register for that critique. Its cost is $50. Otherwise, the course is completely free.
This course is being offered free because it has true value even though I was not very good at marketing it. I would much rather have the course available on the internet for free, and hopefully some people will benefit, than just collecting dust on my computer. Good luck with your legal endeavors!
Michael Santana, LawBoost's Creator &
Legal Writing Professor,
Vermont Law School 1999-2001
U of Montana School of Law 2001-04
Entering Law Students: This free course was designed specifically for you. Don't waste the opportunity.
Paralegals: If you can write like an attorney; how valuable will you be? LawBoost is also for you.
Considering Law School: Before you spend thousands, see what the work is really like.
Mark K .-- This course imparted knowledge that I absolutely could not get out of reading any of the top law school prep books.
I spent the entire summer . . . trying to find exactly this kind of information.
R. C . -- Based on my first two months of law school, I would definitely recommend LawBoost . . . as both the writing and the analysis techniques taught in LawBoost are utilized in nearly every class.
A.L . -- I found the critique to be very helpful . . . it wasn't a simple "good job" or "keep trying".