Live Online Course 2020 Jan - Mar Tues Live Online

$1,299

2020 Jan 7 Mar 24

Schedule
Tuesdays 7-10pm Eastern (4-7pm Pacific)

(Suggested for Practice Exams) Some Mondays 10am-2pm
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LSAT Date

03/30/2020

Instructor - Chris Whyte
Instructor

Chris Whyte

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  1. Jan 06

    Practice Exam 1 (Suggested) 10 AM - 2 PM

  2. Jan 07

    Lesson 1 7 PM Eastern - 10 PM Eastern

  3. Jan 14

    Lesson 2 7 PM Eastern - 10 PM Eastern

  4. Jan 21

    Lesson 3 7 PM Eastern - 10 PM Eastern

  5. Jan 28

    Lesson 4 7 PM Eastern - 10 PM Eastern

  6. Feb 04

    Lesson 5 7 PM Eastern - 10 PM Eastern

  7. Feb 11

    Lesson 6 7 PM Eastern - 10 PM Eastern

  8. Feb 18

    Lesson 7 7 PM Eastern - 10 PM Eastern

  9. Feb 24

    Practice Exam 2 (Suggested) 10 AM - 2 PM

  10. Feb 25

    Lesson 8 7 PM Eastern - 10 PM Eastern

  11. Mar 03

    Lesson 9 7 PM Eastern - 10 PM Eastern

  12. Mar 10

    Lesson 10 7 PM Eastern - 10 PM Eastern

  13. Mar 16

    Practice Exam 3 (Suggested) 10 AM - 2 PM

  14. Mar 17

    Lesson 11 7 PM Eastern - 10 PM Eastern

  15. Mar 23

    Practice Exam 4 (Suggested) 10 AM - 2 PM

  16. Mar 24

    Lesson 12 7 PM Eastern - 10 PM Eastern

  17. Mar 30

    LSAT Date

Instructor - Chris Whyte

Chris Whyte

Chris is an affable dude who gets along well with just about everyone and everything. Notable exceptions include Bob Costas, Kenny G, and pickles; Chris would send them all to hell if he had Death's scythe. A journalism major in college, Chris spent three broke and happy years working for a music magazine. He interviewed many of his musical heroes -- including Mike Patton, Ben Folds, Outkast, Jane's Addiction, and Weird Al -- but convinced himself that he needed a greater intellectual challenge. Chris scored a 171 on the LSAT and graduated from Loyola Law School in 2006. A well-respected litigator, Chris was recognized by Super Lawyers' Rising Stars list in 2009, 2013, 2014, and 2017. Chris now owns a legal practice specializing in estate planning, probate, and trust litigation. Chris believes his experiences with diverse personalities, from eccentric rock stars to stodgy judges, give him the patience and persistence to successfully teach the LSAT to anyone. No matter a student's background, Chris is adept at eliminating the baggage that harms LSAT performance and replacing it with proper Blueprint methods. Although Chris has had far fewer rock star encounters since becoming a lawyer, he did use a urinal next to Kenny G in a superior court restroom. Unlike Elvis Costello, Chris's aim was not true.