LEEWS is definitely a cult, but it is one worth joining. LEEWS gives you the inside scoop on what law school exams are all about, and that's ALL THAT MATTERS to do well in law school. Get the tapes before school starts and listen to them at intervals throughout the semester (buy a $10 cassette player, if you have to). By the time your first exams roll around, you will already be a law exam expert! Avoid the actual seminars; get the tapes instead. I know listening to the tapes may seem boring, but you can go at your own pace and can repeat the program multiple times, so I saw no real reason to do the live seminar. LEEWS does seem a bit dodgy, but don't let that concern you. When I called to order the tapes 2 years ago, I actually spoke with Wentworth Miller, who was taking down order information on the 800 number. It's still enormously helpful stuff.