Tutoring services are provided at no cost to students. Tutors are second- and third-year law students who have demonstrated a high level of competence in the curriculum. They are compensated by the Law School. The tutoring program is not designed for course review; students are encouraged to request a tutor only for areas they find particularly daunting despite their best efforts.
All students experiencing difficulty are expected to take a multi-pronged approach to address areas of concern. Students are encouraged to meet with their professors, talk with class colleagues, participate in a study group, and attend regularly scheduled faculty conducted workshops in addition to requesting the assistance of a tutor.