Empowering Educators to Empower Students
Tailor assessment exams to individuals, groups, or the entire class, identify students of concern with advanced performance analytics, and close knowledge gaps with targeted remediation.
Comprehensive Resources for 1L Students
Provide students with a solid foundation for blackletter law topics by providing additional context and depth to their curriculum.
1L Skills-Based Lectures
Focused on foundational and cognitive skills that teach students how to assess their doctrinal course performance while teaching them techniques to help them improve, including mind-mapping, visual aids, how to formulate a coherent argument, and more.
Advanced Resources for 2L and 3L Students
3L - MBE® QBank for Law Schools
The MBE QBank for Law Schools is at the core of the Themis + UWorld Learning Platform (LP). Each of our 2,000+ MBE-style questions, including more than 1,300 NCBE®-licensed questions, is written and routinely updated by our in-house legal experts to meet or exceed exam-level difficulty and reflect its format.
2L - Law School Faculty QBank
The LSF Qbank is another key feature of our LP, providing hundreds of targeted multiple-choice questions that assess and reinforce your 2L students' grasp of blackletter law topics, including topics like Criminal Procedure and Evidence.
Early Bar Prep (EBP)
To give graduating law students a head start on preparing for the bar exam, Themis has created 2, 3, and 4-credit EBP courses designed to provide a solid foundation for bar preparation. Each course includes online outlines, substantive law lectures, assessment questions, and practice questions.
3L - Diagnostic Exam
Assess your 3L students with 100 exam-style questions involving the application of the law to particular factual scenarios based on critical MBE issues. Students receive immediate performance analytics, plus a detailed answer explanation and video review for each question.
2L/3L - NextGen QSets™
Each of our NextGen QSets™ consists of a series of 8-15 various interdisciplinary questions that build on each other within the context of a shared scenario. Rather than focus on memorization and conclusions, these questions walk students step-by-step through the tasks a newly licensed lawyer would face.