Reactions to LEEWS…
(and results) ...

I’m a 3L and currently “Grand Chancellor,” class of 2011. (1st in my class w/a 4.13 GPA.) I believe in giving credit where credit is due. LEEWS factored significantly in my academic success. [Audio program, summer before starting.] (This despite a median—for my school—LSAT score.) It framed not just my approach to taking exams, but my approach to thinking about the law, and thus what I took away from my classes. Scored several highest grade awards. In one where the final was out of 50 points, I ended up with 37—and the median score was 12!

(Mr.) Kris Teng, Univ. Texas ’11

Mr. Miller: I want to thank you for the help I received by way of the CD program I ordered. My GPA was about 2.49 after my first year. I saw more C's than I care to enumerate. I listened to the program, utilized the strategy, and my grades this last semester [fall 2008] were much better—A, A-, B+, B. B. Put simply, it worked. Thanks.

— Joseph T. Moore, Pepperdine '10

(More results under “Reviews” and “Results” sections.)

LEEWS takes the old IRAC approach and vastly improves on it. LEEWS is a Godsend ...It is truly disgraceful that a LEEWS-type program is not part-and-parcel of every law school's pedagogy.

— PLANET LAW SCHOOL II (2003), pp. 164, 165

There are lots of commercial programs and aids designed to assist law students in studying for and writing exams, but—trust us—Wentworth Miller's [“LEEWS”] is the best of the bunch. [LEEWS] is the secret behind the success of more law review members than you can shake a stick at. You really should check it out.

— THE PRINCETON REVIEW 2001 Guide to Law Schools, pp. 80, 83

 

Welcome!

“There is a system for handling the law school essay exam well. It's the single most important key to law school success. Its creator is Wentworth Miller, founder of LEEWS. A friend who made law review discovered that every one of his fellow editors had taken LEEWS in their first semester of law school, as had he. Other than this book, LEEWS is the best thing you could possibly have going for you.”
— PLANET LAW SCHOOL (1998), pp. 83, 89.*

(* Read our review of this provocative book and the full text of its description of LEEWS; also a review of PLANET LAW SCHOOL II.)



34th Year!  •  Well Over 100,000 Law Students Instructed

Sure. Law school requires hard work. Exams pose a different,
very difficult challenge.* However, one needn't be confused and
intimidated. Diligence needn’t result in the usual mere B’s (and worse).

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BETTER GRADES  •  COMPETE FOR A'S  •  B's MINIMUM

… OR YOUR MONEY BACK!**

For less than the price of a case book (live program; about the same for the audio program [incl. shipping]), why not march confidently from day one toward grades commensurate with effort?  

Live Program + Book  OR  equally effective Audio CD Program + Book

BECAUSE (RARE) LAW SCHOOL A's ARE POSSIBLE, EVEN PROBABLE

*See "Sample Exams." LEEWS enables an orderly, lawyerlike response.
(Note actual A+ response with professor comments.)

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“It's not often that advice is easy—especially advice on a subject as endlessly distressing as law exams. Here it is easy. (The advice, anyway.) The answer? In a word  — LEEWS.”
— LAW SCHOOL  — GETTING IN,  GETTING GOOD,  GETTING THE GOLD (2008), p. 302

“We recommend ... preparing for law school with the Law Essay Exam Writing System ('LEEWS')--in addition to lots of hard work and lots of practice exams.”
– THE ART OF THE LAW SCHOOL TRANSFER, A Guide to Transferring Law Schools (2010), p. 8 (In the context, “... what should you do to get the great grades you are going to need to transfer?”)

“I wasn't going to come. I made that choice last semester. Three weeks ago I ran into one of the A's in my class, and I was surprised to find that 7 of the 10 A's attended LEEWS. Needless to say, I signed right up!”  
—  Art Jarrett, Temple '91 (Who then raised every grade a full point and made dean's list.)


Guarantee of satisfaction: How confident are we that, whether pre-law, 1L, 2L, 3L, or prepping for a bar exam, you'll find the audio version of LEEWS interesting, meaningfully different and useful, even transformative?... certainly well worth the modest price ($175, incl. shipping)? ... Return it, as received, within ten days following receipt for a full refund! You'll pay only return shipping.


BTW: If already in law school—1st term, 2nd term, 2L, 3L –, welcome to you as well. We suspect you've come to this website because ... As is true for most in law school, for the first time ever intelligence and hard work haven't translated to "A" grades. Moreover, although you hope A's are possible, your suspicion is they are not. (See the reason in the first footnote below.) Also, despite what you've read or heard (from friend, relative, upperclassman, lawyer, professor), you're highly skeptical of the claim LEEWS is so different and effective as to justify the time and (relatively minor) cost to do the program (even with exams rapidly approaching!).

Okay. I get that. It's why I wrote Gaming Emperor Law School. Download it free! You'll appreciate arguments and points made immediately. You'll learn much 3Ls, law professors, and lawyers don't know. (They haven't thought so long and hard about this as I have.) You’ll understand and appreciate that your approach to law school, studies, especially exams can and needs to be a lot different. As noted up top, rare law school A's can be not just possible, but probable!

Wentworth Miller, LEEWS founder/instructor


 

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