The University of Michigan Law School Peer Tutoring Program is open to all students free of charge. Current law students run the program under the supervision of Professor Patrick Barry.

All tutors have a track record of academic excellence and are committed to helping their fellow students be successful during law school—call it the Michigan Difference.

This program is designed to assist students in a variety of areas, including explaining substantive course material, peer editing documents, and providing strategies to cope with the challenges of law school, such as exam preparation, grades, job applications, and extracurricular activities.

The program is also designed to be flexible: students can meet with peer tutors once or establish recurring meetings. Tutors are also available to assist students over email or a cup of coffee.