Have you ever LOOKED INTO attending LAW SCHOOL but immediately got frustrated because you didn’t know where to start?
Have you REACHED OUT to your “pre-law advisor” asking questions about the best way to get into law school only to get the standard, “get good grades and score high on the LSAT,” canned response?
Do you want to APPLY TO LAW SCHOOL but don’t even know WHERE TO BEGIN? Does simply thinking about writing your personal statement make you CRINGE? Have you been discouraged after you took a look at a law school's tuition price tag because you have no clue how you’ll be able to pay for it?
I’ve been there and suffered through all of those same questions, doubts, and frustrations. Since I didn't have a resource like Jas Talks Law, I had to do it the hard way. I didn’t have anyone to walk me through the process of choosing a law school, filling out my law school applications, preparing for and taking the LSAT, and figuring out how to pay for school.
Getting through the process was tough. It was taxing, and it would help if you didn't have to go through what I went through.
That’s why I created this course.
Whether you’ve submitted a law school application, you’ve only started it, you’re just looking for law schools, or just considering law school as an option – this course is the best thing you can do to get you pointed in the right direction.
Why law school is possible, regardless of your current situation
How to prepare for law school
How to conquer the LSAT and make the most out of your GPA
How to create your "law school list"
Access to the Pre-Law Masterclass Community
Direct Email Communication with Attorney Jas
How to request your transcripts
How to draft your personal and diversity statements
How to land amazing letters of recommendation
How to navigate addendums
An Introduction to Jas Talks Law ✨ Getting Started ✨ Pre-Law Masterclass Workbook, Cover Page: Please Print! ✨ Pre-Law Masterclass Workbook: Please print! ✨ Pre-Law Masterclass Workbook: Digital Copy ✨
How to Fnd your reason for going to law school Why you Need to Know your Personality Type Drop your Excuses How Much will the Law School Application Process Cost? Why do you want to go to law school? ✨ "Why Law School?" Q&A ✨
The Business of Law School How to Master Time Management What law school excuses can you eliminate? How can you manage your time better? ✨ "Preparing for Law School" Q&A
Are you ready to take the challenging law school entrance exam, the LSAT? ✨ Are you Ready to Take the Challenging Law School Admissions Test (LSAT)? Everything you Need to Know about the LSAT Choosing your LSAT Prep Course Winning LSAT strategies, Study Schedules, and What you can do with your GPA Have you selected your LSAT Prep Course? ✨ "Conquering the LSAT and Making the Most of Your GPA" Q&A ✨
Have you created a strategic law school list? ✨ What is a Law School List? How to Create your Law School List Choosing your Preferred Law School Location? Law School Rankings and Transcript Requests Share an Interesting Article ✨ "Creating your Law School List and Requesting Your Transcripts" Q&A ✨
Do you know how to write a Personal Statement that will wow the application reviewer? Do you know what to include in your Diversity Statement? ✨ What’s a Personal Statement? How to Write your Personal Statement Personal Statement Workbook Why you Need to Include a Diversity Statement Purchase your Personal Statement Workbook! ✨ Share an idea for the opening line of your personal statement! I'll review and comment. ✨ What makes you diverse? I'll review and comment. ✨ "Drafting Your Personal Statement and Diversity Statement" Q&A ✨
Who Should Write your Letters of Recommendation? How to get your Recommendation Letters "Finding Recommenders" Q&A ✨
Do you need to submit an addendum? The Why’s and How’s for the Best Addendums Addendum Best-Practices Resume Do’s and Don’ts "Addendums, Resumes, and More" Q&A ✨
What to do When Letters from Law Schools Start Coming In The 1L Success List 1L To-Do List ✨ "You Submitted Your Applications…Now What?" Q&A ✨
To say that this pre law master class was excellent is an understatement! Not only did Attorney Jas share her knowledge, she also shared her experiences thro...Read More
To say that this pre law master class was excellent is an understatement! Not only did Attorney Jas share her knowledge, she also shared her experiences throughout law school. I, along with many other future attorneys can use her words of wisdom for the years to come. I’m a firm believer that when you are transparent with your experiences people are more receptive to listen to what you have to say. Attorney Jas keep pouring into the lives of others both near and far. When you take care of others, God will truly take care of you. Sis, you are the real deal. Be blessed!Read Less
Amazing! All the things for which I needed a better understanding was provided! Love Attorney Jas's delivery! I am encouraged!
Amazing! All the things for which I needed a better understanding was provided! Love Attorney Jas's delivery! I am encouraged!Read Less
Truly motivating! Attorney Jas understands the importance of the opening line of your personal statement. She truly helps you dig deeper and figure out exactly what makes you stand out from your peers and helps you cross the threshold from “maybe” to “YES!”
“My experience with Attorney Jas was amazing! She was very punctual, organized, and helpful. I reached out to her for help with my personal statement, and she went above and beyond to assist. She even answered questions regarding the Law School Application Process! I can’t thank her enough!”
— Destiny A., UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON GRADUATE
“4% of lawyers are melanin-based in the legal profession is a huge discrepancy, thus speaks volumes to the allusion that racial biases still permeates extensively throughout the US. Jasmine’s movement is a much necessary proprietary counter to the overall injustices needed to balance the scales.”
— Zakary Y.
Part 1: Why Law School
Is law school right for you: Video content telling you how to figure out if law school is right for you by showing you all the RIGHT questions you need to ask yourself and the RIGHT things you should do to find out. It will help you eliminate any excuses you might be telling yourself about why you “can’t” get into law school.
What can you do with your law degree: Videos showing you SEVEN of the most amazing things you can do once you receive your law degree and reasons why you might want to look into all of them.
Part 2: Preparing for Law School
Law school application: Videos that walk you through the mindset of the law schools you’ll apply to and how to craft your application in a way that conforms to WHAT THEY WANT
Time management tools: My exact steps I use to organize my day so I can get THE MOST DONE with the time I have available and how you can stick with it, even when you don’t think you can.
Part 3: Conquering the LSAT and Making the MOST of your GPA
LSAT study tools: Learn how and where to take the test, my FAVORITE prep courses, which courses are best for which learning style, and how to make the best out your score, whatever it is.
Part 4: Creating your Law School List and Requesting your Transcripts
What schools you should consider: A step-by-step formula to show you how to evaluate law schools, and how to CHOOSE YOUR LAW SCHOOLS in a systematic, informed way.
Law School Acceptance Code: Every law school tells you who they will admit – you just need to know where to find it. I’ll show you how to find this information and how to use it so you can eliminate the guess-work from your admissions applications.
Part 5: Drafting your Personal and Diversity Statements
My Personal Statement Drafting Steps: How to structure your statement, what you MUST INCLUDE in your statement, what tone you should use, and how to talk about yourself.
How to Stand Out: Why you can’t do what everyone else is doing and how to knock the recruiter’s socks off with your opening.
Nail your diversity statement: Everyone is diverse, but nobody knows that unless you tell them. My blueprint for figuring out how to show your diversity and make your statement memorable.
Part 6: Finding Recommenders
Three required credentials: Every professor MUST MEET these THREE credentials in order to get your recommendations to shine. Learn what you need to know about your professors before you even approach them to write the letter.
Getting that letter of recommendation: The FIVE STEPS you NEED TO DO to make sure your professor writes your letter of recommendation.
Part 7: Addendums, Resumes, and More
Addendum Checklist: How to know when you NEED to include an addendum in your application and how to write it. I will walk you through the most common reasons for needing an addendum and how you can best address them.
Resume Do’s and Don’ts: How to design and tailor the perfect resume. After this lesson, you will nail your resume and it will be one more reason law schools will consider your application over another, similar applicant.
Land Your Scholarship: You don’t have to go to law school and pile up hundreds of thousands of dollars in law school debt. I’ll help you figure out the best places to look for scholarships and how to make yourself more likely to land a scholarship.
Bonus Lesson: Now what?
Should you say Yes: Videos showing you how to choose between different acceptance letters and steps to walk you through picking your ultimate law school destination.
What to do when you get your denial letters: How to go about life when it happens and steps to put you on the right path if you ultimately decide to reapply. Lots of reasons for you not to give up.
“Attorney Jas was my personal accountability partner. She kept my focus and helped me push through during stressful times. She made sure my spirits were always high and always reaffirmed to me that I was capable. From studying for the LSAT to drafting the perfect personal statement, Jasmin was there to coach me through it all. The services she offers are unmatched, and by taking advantage of them, I was able to obtain a $96,000 scholarship to law school! I couldn’t have asked for a better experience, and I can’t wait to join her 1L success academy to get me prepared for my first year of law school. Thank you, Jasmin, for everything!”
— Breanna M.
Attorney Jas is truly a barrier-breaker in the law field. Her Personal Statement Workbook finally got me through my writer's block. The 1L Success Academy was super helpful as well. As the first law student and future lawyer in my family, I was so afraid of law school. The 1L Success Academy cleared up a lot of my confusion and even answered questions I didn't know I had. Any person considering law school should take advantage of her services!
— Kadeja Thomas
What is the Pre-Law Masterclass?
Law schools want evidence you can master the basic skills required of a lawyer and the masterclass will teach you how to provide proof. The masterclass offers eight lectures hosted by Attorney Jasmin Robinson which are designed to provide guidance and support as you maneuver through the law school admissions process. It’s less expensive than one-on-coaching so you can save money as well.
When and where is the Pre-Law Masterclass being held? How long does it take to complete the Pre-Law Masterclass?
The masterclass is an online, pre-recorded webinar. You should watch one lecture a week to begin your law school admissions process. It should not take more than a week to complete each lesson and homework assignment, but it depends on you, your schedule, and commitment. The pre-law masterclass workbook includes a timeline so you can stay committed to completing each lesson and homework assignment.
What does the Pre-Law Masterclass Workbook consist of? Will I receive the Personal Statement Workbook, as well?
The masterclass workbook includes the class syllabus, an outline with fill in the blanks for each lesson, a timeline to keep you accountable for each lesson and homework assignment, and six attachments (Law School Admissions Cost Breakdown Chart, LSAT Prep Options Chart, two sample LSAT Study Schedules, a sample Law School List, and an Addendum chart). The masterclass workbook does NOT include the Personal Statement Workbook but you can purchase it by visiting www.jastalkslaw.com/shop.
What are the Pre-Law Masterclass homework assignments? For example, is it LSAT prep or law school admissions related homework assignments?
The homework assignments correlate with each lesson addressing portions of the law school admissions process. For example, lesson six's homework assignment involves creating your law school list. The lessons do NOT include LSAT Prep assignments.
Does the Pre-Law Masterclass include Attorney Jas editing my diversity statement, personal statement, etc.?
No because that involves one-on-one coaching. The Pre-Law Masterclass is a group coaching option. As such, we have lessons dedicated to drafting your diversity statement, personal statement, resume, etc. If you need one-on-one coaching services, such as document review, visit: www.jastalkslaw.com/services
Why can't I jump around? Why can't I begin with lesson four?
We ordered the lessons based on priority and when you should begin the content in your law school admissions process. As such, each lesson (except for the first) has a prerequisite lesson (the lesson before it). Accordingly, you must complete the lessons in order because there's something to learn in each lesson! We don't want you to miss out on any pertinent information.
If needed, can I cancel my membership?
Yes but you will lose access to the Pre-Law Masterclass once next month's payment is due but not received.
Can I gift the Pre-Law Masterclass?
Yes! The masterclass is the perfect graduation gift by the way! You can gift the masterclass using either the one-time payment or monthly payment plan. All you have to do is create an account using your email address, and once you're ready to give the course, have the recipient log in with your username and password and then update the user info from the student dashboard, including a new password.