Law Student Coaching

Individual academic coaching objectives for 1L students build on the information that I teach in group coaching sessions while providing additional personalized support.

In individual coaching for all law students, you’ll work directly with me in one-on-one sessions to help you apply and perfect your skills. Together, we’ll identify the learning and testing strategies that are best tailored to your individual strengths and challenges. This process can include:

  • Evaluation of previous academic history
  • Individualized recommendations
  • Study schedule reviews 
  • Time management auditing
  • Personalized feedback on writing assignments (after grading–see the FAQ page)
  • Habit development and tracking
  • Accountability management
  • Professional goal setting
  • Practice essay review
  • Identifying your academic stumbling blocks
  • Course scheduling

Interested in individual academic coaching? Learn more in the next sections or contact me for more information.

Do you have (or suspect you have) ADHD? I specialize in individual academic coaching with additional support. Click here to learn more.

Individual coaching is virtual, and can be conducted over videoconference or phone; however, videoconference is typically preferred because we will be working together interactively and sharing content. Students are encouraged to appear on video during coaching sessions due to the collaborative nature of the sessions.

FIRST YEAR LAW STUDENTS  •  Individual coaching for 1L students is designed to work in tandem with the structure of the first year of law school, in order to maximize the chances of success during that most critical time. For this reason, 1L students must participate in a 12-month (start of the school year) or 6-month (second semester only) individual coaching plan.

UPPERCLASSMAN LAW STUDENTS  •  Due to the variability of the law school curriculum after the first year and the need for more specialized interventions, 2L/3L/4L students may select a 12-month, 6-month, or 3-month individual coaching plan depending on their goals.

I use the following platforms:

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If you are a law student interested in receiving group or individual academic coaching, contact me for more information.

The current tuition for individual academic success coaching is listed below.

1L INDIVIDUAL COACHINGFull Year (12 months)Half-Year (6 months; begins in second semester)
DatesAugust 1 – July 31 or September 1 – August 31January 15 – July 15
Pay in Full (Save 10%)$16,200$10,800
Equal Monthly Payments$1500/month$2000/month

 

2L/3L/4L INDIVIDUAL COACHING12 Months
(variable dates)
6 Months
(variable dates)
3 Months
(variable dates)
Pay in Full $16,200 (Save 10%)$8,100 (Save 10%)$4,275 (Save 5%)
Equal Monthly Payments$1500/month$1500/month$1500/month

There are financial options available for families who are looking to add coaching to their law school student’s arsenal.

  • Some families factor the cost of coaching tuition in as an academic expense when calculating their financial aid needs for student loans.
  • For individuals who are interested in paying in installments but still want the benefit of the pay-in-full discount, PayPal Credit gives qualifying applicants the option to secure coaching services and pay over time. Simply look for the Pay Pal Credit button at checkout.

Interested in academic success coaching? Contact me for more information or if you’re ready to take the next step.

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Important Information

In her capacity as Your Law School Coach, Kristin DiBiase is not a representative, agent or affiliate of Indiana University. Use of Your Law School Coach products and services does not create a contractual relationship between you and Indiana University and will not improve your chances of admission to Indiana University McKinney School of Law (IU McKinney) or Indiana University Maurer School of Law.