A guided program for each step of your law school journey.
Equip yourself with the tools to succeed in law school.
If you’re like most law students, you want to excel in law school and become a great lawyer. But law school is different and what worked in college often doesn’t work in law school.
We've spent three years working with students individually and in small groups and have created an on-demand program designed to meet you wherever you are in your law school journey, whether you’re an incoming or current 1L or a student getting ready to take the bar exam and enter the workforce.
Our mission is to help you maximize your potential by teaching the practical skills that drive academic and professional success in law school and beyond. Through our free modules, you’ll discover how to:
Read cases faster and adopt a study plan for learning the law more quickly and effectively.
Take law school exams through our system, which prepares you to attack any hypo-based law school exam efficiently and effectively.
Accelerate your ability to think and write like a lawyer, which have the greatest impact on academic success.
Understand what professors are looking for with our mock exams.
Market yourself to legal employers.
Any student with a .edu email address may access our library of on-demand modules, which are recorded sessions with law students as they learn the same material that you will be learning. Our modules are designed to support students from the first day of law school through the last, including numerous practical exercises that will cement the exam-taking skills that are critical for success in law school and on the bar exam.
If interested, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll send you instructions for accessing the student portal.
“I cannot recommend Sui Gen enough to you as a law student. It is an absolutely incredible experience, the work is 100% worth it, and you will thank yourself, like I thank myself, for taking the course when you are done.”
Students have gotten a 4.0 GPA, made Law Review, ranked in the top 10% of their class, improved from a B- to an A in legal writing, and landed prestigious judicial clerkships and professional internships