Learn about our comprehensive 1-on-1 anxiety-free LSAT Prep designed by attorneys and certified teachers.

An LSAT curriculum designed just for you.


Designed to cater specifically to students with disabilities and those in the bottom 25th and top 25th percentile‘s, Ginsburg Advanced Tutoring's LSAT curriculum focuses on helping students not only master the content of their exam, but also learn effective test strategy and manage symptoms of test anxiety that cause them to under-perform. 

Our expert LSAT tutors guide you through a comprehensive study plan designed by Shana Ginsburg, Esq., a Duke University-educated attorney and certified teacher with twenty years of tutoring experience. Our incredible tutors are attorneys and educators, who provide our students with official test-preparation materials, advanced strategic teaching methods, and proven anxiety relief techniques.

Our average score improvement is +13 points on the LSAT, and we are dedicated to helping our students achieve perfect scores.

Purchase by the hour below. For bundled hours and plans, visit our Pricing page.

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An average score increase of +13 points

An array of resources at your fingertips.


Not only do our tutors support you through 1:1 personalized live tutoring sessions, but our LSAT Boss eTextbook and interactive videos are available for FREE* with the cost of our private tutoring. Our LSAT boss curriculum is also available through on-demand videos on Teachable. 

Learn more about LSAT Boss: The Class on Teachable here.

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Mark, 162 LSAT Score

Through Shana's strategically planned, focused, and individualized approach towards learning, she helped me score higher than I ever anticipated. My score rose almost 20 points in just a few months. I highly recommended her tutoring services!

Trudel, 177 LSAT Score

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 Ginsburg to anyone taking the LSAT!

Meagan, 176 LSAT Score

My GPA was a 3.3, and LSAT score 176. I got a scholarship to Georgetown University Law Center for $35,000 per year. None of this would have been possible without your help.

We are here for you, every step of the way.


Our team of incredible instructors includes certified educators and attorneys who are passionate in preparing you to obtain your dream LSAT score. We expert educators skilled at teaching a unique curriculum designed for the anything-but-average student advocate. We provide rigorous but easy-to-understand lessons to students with cognitive, physical, and mental health challenges, supporting them in their journey towards an optimal test day performance.

Learn more about our accommodations services here.

Meet our Founder


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 ('04). She worked as a high school English teacher in Augusta, Georgia, before attending University of Maryland School of Law ('10) to study education and disability 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.




Meet our Tutors

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Licensed Attorney in Washington D.C., George Washington Law School and Better World Foundation alumni.

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177 LSAT Score, co-host of the LSAT Boss Podcast with Shana Ginsburg, wellness and student educator

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Stanford University and George Washington Law School graduate, a licensed attorney in both D.C. and Maryland.


Take a look at the scholarship awards our students have received based on their GPA & LSAT scores. 

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Take a look at the scholarship awards our students have received based on their GPA & LSAT scores.