How to Succeed in Law School and Beyond!

Serving Montgomery County, Maryland & the Washington D.C. area

OVERVIEW: Students will learn how to succeed in law school, in their future legal careers and help them in non-legal careers after law school.

Students will learn how to:

  • Think analytically and like a lawyer;
  • Read materials like a lawyer;
  • Learn what to expect in your first year of law school;
  • Choose among and effectively use commercially available study aids;
  • Work with civil procedure, tort, contract and constitutional law materials;
  • Study for and successfully take law school examinations; &
  • Effectively choose elective law classes.

All classes will be taught exclusively by Jonathan D. Robbins, one of the most highly credentialed attorneys in the country.
Mr. Robbins passed both the Maryland Bar and the Maryland CPA examinations on his first sittings.

This course is recommended for college students,
regardless of class year, college graduates, and law school students.

This course will run for approximately Three (3) months, in the evenings. The tuition is $4.995.00 per student and is due in full with a student's registration. Text-book and study guide costs are in addition to the stated tuition. Those materials will be described after each student registers for the course.

Classes will be conducted in Potomac, Rockville, or Bethesda, Maryland.

Call: 301-299-8700
e-mail: JDR@JDRChartered.com
www.JDRChartered.com
13010 Boswell Court,
Potomac, Maryland 20854-6361

Mr. Robbins received his Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration (in Accounting)from Bucknell University in 1985, his Juris Doctor degree from Emory University School of Law in 1988 and his Master of Laws in Taxation degree from New York University School of Law in 1991. Mr Robbins also is a Certified Financial Planner™ Practitioner, Personal Financial Specialist and Chartered Global Management Accountant and is admitted to the Maryland Bar, the Bar of the United States District Court for the District of Maryland and the Bar of the U.S. Tax Court.