Wayne State Law Students – Join Us Tomorrow, March 28th for a Q&A Session!
Wayne State Law Students – Join Us Tomorrow, March 28th for Lunch and a Bar Exam Q&A Session!
Wayne State law students are invited to attend our Q&A session tomorrow, March 28th at 12:15 in Room 1535 to learn more about what the bar exam is and how JD Advising can help you prepare. Lunch from La Pita is provided!
Whether you have questions about the study period, the actual exam or you are just beginning to gather information about the bar exam, please join us tomorrow as Ashley Heidemann answers your questions. This session is open to 1Ls, 2Ls and 3Ls. Students who attend the session will receive a handout with a detailed overview of the Michigan bar exam. The handout also includes a bar exam question frequency chart to help students get a better idea of what topics to expect on the exam.
What: Q&A Session with JD Advising + Lunch
When: Tuesday, March 28, 2017 at 12:15 p.m.
Where: Wayne State University Law School, Room 1535
Ms. Heidemann is the founder of JD Advising, LLC. She graduated #1 in her law school class and received a top score of over 180 on the Michigan bar exam. Ms. Heidemann currently teaches an elite Michigan Bar Exam full service course, Michigan essay course, and highly-regarded Michigan bar exam seminars. She also offers full-service Uniform Bar Exam services.
Ms. Heidemann has a team of fantastic private tutors that teach law students and bar exam students. She has designed all of her own JD Advising course materials. Her company has an extremely high MPRE and bar exam passage rate for its students.
In addition to teaching, Ms. Heidemann also writes articles (both on her blog and popular publications such as the National Jurist). She also published a book on How to Pass the Michigan Bar Exam, and a book regarding MEE one-sheets for the Uniform Bar Exam. She is also an avid speaker and gives speeches to law students on how to succeed in law school and the bar exam as well as speeches to pre-law classes and clubs on how to prepare for law school.