You have spent several years preparing to enter the legal profession. You have spent countless hours reading and briefing cases, taking class notes, listening to lectures, studying for and writing exam answers to specific legal topics. The simple truth is this: You have been academically well prepared for the forthcoming event (and incidentally, your life’s work) by your professors and instructors. They were in the business of doing just that. Since you have been prepared with the “nuts and bolts” of the practice of law by your instructors, the only missing elements, at this point in your professional career, are the guidelines, mentoring, and review tools that PR Law Review offers to its members.
Everyone has a different learning style. That’s why we provide outlines, mentoring, flow charts, and preparedness courses. We cover all the bases, and help you master every subject using all the technological advantages to date.