Imagine studying an LSAT curriculum designed just for YOU. 

This is LSAT BOSS.

LSAT Boss: The Class is an advanced, learner-centered curriculum to be completed at your own pace and processing speed. Designed and taught by Shana Ginsburg, Esq., the curriculum includes the following:

  •  Lessons that build towards an advanced understanding of logical reasoning, reading comprehension, and analytical reasoning.
  • Homework assignments that require you to master concepts before moving on.
  • Strategies that teach you the economics behind test-day decision making, especially when stuck between two answer choices. 
  • Anxiety management techniques that teach you how to regain your mental clarity under timed pressure.

Our students average 13-point LSAT score gains.

Since 2017, our complete curriculum has only been available to Ginsburg Advanced Tutoring students through private, one-on-one teaching. Now, Shana brings the entire curriculum to you in a set of 33 interactive videos - a convenient, affordable online format that you can use to study anywhere. 

Professionalism. Quality. Value.

"It is not an exaggeration to say that Shana changed my life - in large part due to the work she did, my LSAT score increased by 13 points, putting me in range for my dream schools. I would recommend Shana to anyone taking the LSAT!"
- Trudel P., 177 LSAT Score

Meet Your Instructor

Shana Ginsburg, Esq., is the Founder and President of Ginsburg Advanced Tutoring. She received a B.A. in Public Policy and English, and a teaching certification, from Duke University. She worked as a high school English teacher in Augusta, Georgia, before attending University of Maryland School of Law to study school law and trial advocacy.

As the Founder of Ginsburg Advanced Tutoring and Managing Partner of Ginsburg Legal Services, Shana has devoted her professional career to supporting students with disabilities in their efforts to achieve higher education and professional success.

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