Are you a law student? Bet you know this.

Very often, students of law have a lot on their plate: tons of textbook and case readings, back to back recitations and written examinations, case digests, legal internships — you name it. Indeed, law school life is toxic.

Law school tasks have the tendency to make law students, like us, feel inadequate. This “I’ll-never-be-good-enough” feeling often leave them exhausted, burnt out, and, most of the time, frustrated.

These are all expected to happen to law students.

But, this doesn’t mean law students will have to be conquered by these.

What you can do to make things better

If things become too overwhelming to handle, you should consider having someone to help you.

You should consider having a law school life coach.

Law school life coaching is a method of helping and guiding law students (or aspiring law students) in making, achieving, and even surpassing their law school goals. This emerging field has certain benefits law students (or upcoming law students), like you, will surely want to experience.

A person providing law school life coaching is called a law school life coach. And that’s exactly what I am now to you at this point of your life.

The Law School Coaching Process

Law School Life Coaching is a partnership between the law school life coach and law student-coachee in a thought-provoking and creative process. This partnership aims to help and guide said coachee to maximize his potentials both as a future lawyer / professional and unique individual.

Law School Life Coaching is designed to assist the coachee in creating or developing realistic and achievable law school, career, and other personal goals, and finding his life purpose as he navigate his law school life ahead.

Nonetheless, law school life coaching, while shown to have been contributive to an individual’s overall mental health wellness and career performance, is not and can never replace therapy and other psychiatric / psychological therapeutic modalities administered by registered psychiatrists, psychologists, and other board-certified mental health professionals.

Meanwhile, law school coaching is not the same with “spoonfeeding”. Neither is it the sole and full-proof solution to ace your law school subjects. Consequently, a law school life coach is not there to digest your cases, attend your law school classes, or study legal concepts for you or on your behalf.

The law student-coachee still has to put in work and effort to achieve his dream of becoming a lawyer. However, through law school life coaching, he’ll hopefully be able to conquer his fears and challenges and achieve better outcomes as he hurdles his law school years.

My role as your law school life coach

As a law school life coach, my job is to guide you in achieving your goals, experiencing clarity of mind, and finding your life meaning. I do this by giving you series of questions and some practicable suggestions. These questions and suggestions are meant to unlock your deepest desires and fullest potentials.

However, allow me to reiterate that law school life coaching isn’t about spoonfeeding or tutoring. It isn’t all about mushy inspirational quotes and advice (though it won’t hurt giving you a few once in a while). It is about working with a law school life coach to unleash what you’re truly capable of both as a law student and professional.    

As a law school life coach, I won’t put on your plate the solutions to your conflicts or struggles. It’s all up to you to formulate them and take courses of action necessary to reach your aspirations.

I’m only here to help you clear your path to success. It’s pretty much like teaching you to fish instead of doing the fishing for you. The only difference is my coaching will help you to always get the big catch!     

Why choose me as your law school life coach?

Well, apart from being a trained life coach, I am also a law student myself. As such, I know pretty much what’s going on with you and the struggles that you have to hurdle in law school. So, empathizing with your situation becomes second nature to me. I believe this makes my coaching service more unique and relevant than the other ones out there.

How my client’s love the work I do with them

Take a look at what our fellow aspiring lawyers have to say about my law school and life coaching sessions:

Book your law school life coaching session NOW

Excited to unleash the greatness in you? Allow me to help you prepare and be the best law student (and future lawyer) that you can be by book a coaching session with me NOW.