The legal field is growing as areas of law evolve. In fact, fields such as health care, environmental, and immigration law have seen the largest growth in the past decade. Regardless of which law field you plan to pursue, your legal career begins with the Law School Admission Test, better known as the LSAT. Your performance on this highly-technical exam determines the pedigree of law school you get into and sets the pace for your career as a lawyer, attorney, or legal counsel.
The LSAT Preparation Series will prepare you for the LSAT exam. These comprehensive courses offer a flexible, best-in-class virtual LSAT training that fits your schedule, on your terms. LSAT Preparation - Part 1 provides an overview of law school entrance procedures, as well as what you can expect from a career in law. You will then work through analytical reasoning questions and practice the writing sample required in the admissions process. LSAT Preparation - Part 2 reviews reading comprehension and logical reasoning. You will learn techniques for identifying incorrect answers, explanations and interpretations of correct answers, and proven approaches for selecting the correct answers.
By completion, you will be prepared to perform well on all three LSAT exam areas: reading comprehension, logical reasoning, and analytical reasoning.
Series bundles are not eligible for partial drops or refunds. Transfers to other open sessions of the same course are available. Please refer to your school for additional details regarding drops, transfers, and refunds on Series bundles.
About The Instructor
Benjamin N. Gialloreto is Independent Counsel to the School Reform Commission in the Philadelphia School District and partner of the Philadelphia-based law firm Gallagher & Rowan, P.C. He holds a Bachelor of Science from Drexel University and J.D. from Loyola School of Law. He has practiced law since 1990 and is a former Deputy City Solicitor for the City of Philadelphia Major Trials and Civil Rights Units. He also teaches online Paralegal Certificate courses for the Center for Legal Studies in Golden, Colorado.