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How Possible.  Why Far More Effective
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“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.”  — PLANET LAW SCHOOL, pp. 83, 89. (Click for review of PLS and more recommendation of LEEWS)

“It's not often that advice is easy—especially advice on a subject as endlessly distressing as law exams. Here it is easy. (Advice, anyway.) The answer? In a word—LEEWS.”  —LAW SCHOOL— GETTING IN, GETTING GOOD, GETTING THE GOLD, 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 (Re “what should you do to get the great grades you are going to need to transfer?”)

The problem respecting all law schools (Why “A” grades are hard to achieve. Why you should consider LEEWS.) click for discussion
The best time to do LEEWS is ... click for details
Too late to do LEEWS? E.g., term has begun, ... Exams loom. click for answer
Why LEEWS is much more effective than any other law school study aid. (They're not even close!) click for discussion
Enjoy law school?  Is that possible? click for answer
Immunization (Message to those who ordered LEEWS this summer, and who will do so this fall) ... click for details


Reactions to LEEWS ... (Click for near 1,000 others.)

  • Lawrence Wu Columbia ’99

    A friend told me that his friend at Georgetown took LEEWS and scored the highest in two of his classes. Great lecturer.
    (Mr. Wu took LEEWS as a first semester 1L. He went on to be named editor-in-chief of the Columbia Law Review for ’98-’99.)

  • THE PRINCETON REVIEW 2001 Guide to Law Schoolspp. 80, 83

    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.

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

    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.

  • Joseph T. MoorePepperdine '10

    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.

  • (Mr.) Kris TengUniv. Texas ’11

    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!