Legal Studies

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Offerings

Order in your court.

We work with students on core requirements for each year of law school, as well as specialized topics to gain expertise in a particular niche.

Core requirements

Civil procedure
Constitutional law
Contracts
Criminal law and criminal procedure
Legal method
Legal writing
Property law
Torts

Upper level courses

Clinical courses
Courts, jurisdiction, and procedure
Equality and human rights
Jurisprudence and legal theory
Legal history
Skills, legal practice, and ethics

Specialized topics

Administrative law
Commercial, business, and labor law
Conflict of laws
Environmental law
Family law and insurance
Health law
Intellectual property, technology law, and entrepreneurship
International and comparative law
Taxation
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If you’re interested in support for a topic that you don’t see listed here, reach out to us!  No topic is too advanced or too esoteric for our team of JDs, PhDs, and professional writers - we’ve got your back.

Tutor spotlight

We are a cooperative of JD candidates, lawyers, and working professionals in the field of law who provide exceptional one-on-one tutoring and academic support to our students.

Meet everyone

We are a cooperative of JD candidates, lawyers, and working professionals in the field of law who provide exceptional one-on-one tutoring and academic support to our students.

Jimmy

Jimmy is a PhD candidate in Sociology & Social Policy at Harvard. He holds a JD (Harvard) and BA in English and Social Studies (Harvard). Currently, he is a Lecturer on Law at UCLA Law and a pro bono attorney.

Spencer

Spencer is a JD student at Harvard Law, and teaches first-year Economics at Harvard College. He graduated with high honors from University of Arkansas with a BA in Economics and Political Science.

Harish

Harish is a JD candidate at Harvard Law School. Previously, he worked for Bain & Company as a consultant. He earned his Bachelor's degree in Economics from the University of Southern California, where he graduated Phi Beta Kappa.

Adair

Adair is a law student at Yale Law School. Prior to that, she was an IBM Senior Management Consultant. She graduated summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa with a Bachelor's in Human Rights and Africana Studies from Barnard College.

Troy

Troy graduated from Yale with a BA in Ethics, Politics, and Economics. After serving in Teach for America, he attended Harvard Law. Currently, Troy works for an education technology startup focused on preparing students for college.

Matty

Matty earned a JD from Harvard Law. He graduated magna cum laude from Amherst with a BA in Geology. He has experience as a tax attorney working in corporate law in New York.

Kate R.

At Columbia, Kate earned a BA in American History & African Studies (summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa). After completing a Fulbright, they earned a JD from Yale Law. Currently, Kate is a PhD candidate in History at Yale.

Ash

Ash earned a BA in Social Studies (Harvard), an MPhil in Intellectual History and Political Thought (University of Cambridge), and a JD (Yale). He is currently a PhD candidate in Political Science at Columbia University.

Florene

Florene is a law student at Harvard Law School. Previously, she worked as strategy and operations consultant at Deloitte. She earned her BA in Political Science at Brown University.

Justin C.

At UNC Chapel Hill, Justin majored in Peace, War, & Defense and Economics. He worked as a paralegal at Ropes & Gray and interned at the Departments of Justice and Defense. He attends Yale Law School.

Daniel Fr

Daniel is a PhD candidate in Chinese History at UC Berkeley. He holds a BA in English & French literature and Chinese language (University of Texas), a JD (Yale Law), and an MA in Sinology (University of London).

Ariana M.

Ariana is pursuing her JD at Columbia Law. She holds a BA in International Relations and Asian Studies (Dartmouth College). Before law school, she worked as a paralegal in international trade remedy litigation.

Nicholas H.

Nick is a Thomas C. Grey Fellow and lecturer at Stanford Law. He holds a BA in History (Yale, magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa), an MPhil in History (Cambridge, Gates Cambridge Scholar), and a JD (Yale Law).

Sheela

Sheela earned her BFA in Vocal Performance and BS in Psychology from Carnegie Mellon University. She earned a Postgraduate Diploma in Vocal Performance from the Royal College of Music and an MSc in Cognitive & Decision Sciences from University College London. She also holds a JD from Yale Law School.

Rebecca P.

After graduating magna cum laude from Barnard College, Columbia University with a degree in History, Rebecca served as a Teach for America corps member. She earned a Master's in Education at Fordham University before attending NYU School of Law. She is currently a civil rights attorney in New York.

Meet everyone

Testimonials

“Ash is phenomenal. In a very short period of time, he did a fantastic job training me to read and take down case notes, as well as how to write a great exam answer.”

Law Student at Cardozo School of Law

“Radhe is one of the best tutors I've ever had. She synthesizes complex legal concepts concisely and really cares about building your writing and critical thinking skills. I used her throughout 1L and 2L year, and I highly recommend her.”

Law Student at Fordham School of Law

“Kate helped me put together a semester's worth of notes in a meaningful, structured outline. Kate explained concepts well and helped summarize articles. Cambridge Coaching tutors are experienced and know their stuff. ”

Maha, Constitutional Law Student

“Florene is an incredibly friendly and professional tutor. She is patient, committed, and dedicated to both my learning and my success in my course. She made the content very easy to understand and was always available to assist. I thoroughly recommend Florene and will continue working with her throughout my course.”

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Plans

We’ve created structured, yet flexible pricing plans that offer everything you need to succeed in your courses.

Choose a Tutor Tier

Hourly rate

1 Hour

All of our tutoring is priced on an hourly basis, and most academic tutoring sessions are 90 minutes. If you're not sure how much tutoring you'll need, you can enroll in our "pay as you go" option.

$ 120

$ 160

$ 240

$ 290

First time package

4.5 Hours

We require a first-time minimum commitment of three 90 minute sessions due to the significant amount of preparation that tutors do in advance of the first few sessions. This initial package is a good way to get your feet wet, evaluate the amount of tutoring you'll ultimately need, and see if you feel comfortable with your tutor.

$ 540

$ 720

$ 1080

$ 1305

Ten sessions

15 Hours 5% OFF

An opportunity to deepen your understanding and comfort with your courses, with more flexibility to cover content, essential skills, and exam preparation.

$ 1710 You save $90

$ 2280 You save $120

$ 3420 You save $180

$ 4133 You save $217

Twenty sessions

30 Hours 10% OFF

A comprehensive approach to tackling classes, providing ample time and space to absorb material, master the ropes of the subject, and get comfortable with assignments and exams.

$ 3240 You save $360

$ 4320 You save $480

$ 6480 You save $720

$ 7830 You save $870

Tutor Tiers

We have 4 tiers of coaches. The coach’s tier is based on the experience level of the coach with our team. All coaches begin working with Cambridge Coaching at the Standard tier.

  • Standard

    0-150 hours
    $120/hour

  • Senior

    150-200 hours
    $160/hour

  • Guru

    250-300 hours
    $240/hour

  • Master

    350+- hours
    $290/hour

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