»Law School Boot Camp

Get a critical head start to stay ahead of the curve in your first year of law school.

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January 6 - 10 (Tuesday - Friday from 5:30 - 9 p.m. & Saturday from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.)
$100 program fee
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The first year of law school can be an intimidating and demanding experience. To give prospective law students a taste of this environment, Chapman University Fowler School of Law has created a special Boot Camp for applicants preparing for law school. You will have the opportunity to meet with faculty and prospective law students and learn about criminal law.

The program will refine your analytical skills, hone law school studying and briefing techniques, and provide definitions of key principles that will be essential to success. Participation will give you an edge where every student is seeking to be the best. Lessons will be delivered by a Fowler School of Law professor. The program will address key issues in criminal law.

  • All incoming law students can participate

  • Eliminate uncertainty about the law school workload

  • Learn to brief cases and prepare outlines for law school exams

  • Receive advanced instruction on writing effective essay exam answers
  • Live lectures taught by a law professor

  • Daily graded exams

  • Appetizers provided

Simply taking the LSAT and majoring in pre-law is not enough to guarantee that you will succeed in law school. This is the reason why we created Law School Boot Camp.

If you have any questions, please contact Colby Carter.

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Michael Lopez

Michael Lopez '15

"Boot Camp taught me how to read and brief cases, manage a study schedule, issue spot, write exams, and balance life with the pressures and demands of law school."

Kaitlin Peterson

Kaitlin Peterson '15

"In Boot Camp, I learned how to brief cases, outline, and organize my notes so when I started law school I was able to hit the ground running."