Terms and Conditions

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Life happens, but keep us in the loop.

Our cancellation policy to helps keep things running smoothly: If you cancel with less than 48 hours’ notice, we’ll need to charge you 50%.If it’s less than 24 hours’ notice, it’ll be a 100% charge.Please make sure to let our team know about any scheduling changes as soon as possible by texting or emailing. If you’re having any trouble sorting things out with your coach or mentor, feel free to reach out to our administration at or (213) 549-8207.

Oh, and if your coach/mentor has to cancel within those timeframes, don’t worry - you’ll get a free pass for one future cancellation.

Great (Session) Expectations

Just a heads up - our sessions usually last around 2 hours, but if you need something different, just let us know. Keep in mind that our service packages don’t cover the cost of extra materials, so you’ll need to get those before your next session with your coach.

Don’t worry, though - we can help you get them through First Honors so you’ll have them right on time. Plus, any digital resources we have in-house are totally free for you to use!If you end up not being super happy with your coach or mentor after the first session, no worries! We’ll pair you up with someone new and give you that session for free.

Just remember, if you use extra time in that first session, it’ll come out of your package hours. And, just so you know, any unused hours will expire after 6 months of inactivity unless we agree on something else in writing.

Real recognize (and background check) real.

We take your safety and satisfaction seriously, which is why we make sure our coaches and mentors are the best of the best. Before we bring them on board, they go through a rigorous screening process that includes background checks and internal evaluations. That way, you can feel confident knowing you’re working with someone who is trustworthy and knowledgeable.

And it doesn’t stop there. After they’re hired, our coaches and mentors attend extensive training workshops to make sure they’re up-to-date on all the latest industry standards and best practices. They have to pass all the necessary requirements with flying colors before they’re allowed to work with students. That’s how we make sure you’re getting the absolute best help possible.

And if you’re interested in tutoring services, don’t worry - those are subject to the same pre-hiring standards as our coaching and mentoring services. So no matter what you need help with, you can trust that you’re in good hands with First Honors.

Unfortunately, we can't work for free.

First Honors coaches and mentors undergo thorough background checks and internal assessments before hiring. They also attend extensive training workshops and must satisfy all necessary requirements before being matched with students. Tutoring services requested through First Honors are subject to the same pre-hiring standards.

Payment can be made through the following methods:

1. Online: Zelle, Venmo, PayPal, or Bank EFT
2. Phone: Debit card payments at (310) 601-3092
3. Mail: Check or money order to First Honors, LLC, 468 N. Camden Dr. Beverly Hills, CA 90210

Payments must be received before scheduling sessions unless otherwise agreed upon. Coaches/mentors reserve the right to cancel sessions if payment has not been made.

Calendar that session, yo!

Coaches/mentors will directly communicate with parents and/or students for scheduling matters. Sessions are scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis. Advance booking is recommended as last-minute scheduling requests may not be accommodated. First Honors cannot guarantee the availability of coaches/mentors and is not responsible for any resulting damages.

Sessions can be conducted in-person, via Zoom, Google Meet, Skype, FaceTime, or other suitable online platforms.

Due to COVID-19, in-person sessions are limited. We recommend using our online options for the same quality of service. Contact for inquiries.

Be on time! The future waits for no one.

All parties agree to arrive on time and fully prepared. If running more than 10 minutes late, notify the other party via text or phone to avoid a "no-show" assumption.

If the coach/mentor is late, they will either stay late to complete the full session length or end at the agreed-upon time and charge only for the time worked, making up lost time during the next session.

If the student is late, the coach/mentor may leave at the originally agreed-upon time and bill for the full session length.

Roadmaps, not GPS.

Every month, parents/students will receive a Roadmap outlining the student's progress, milestone deliverables, session documentation, remaining hours in the package, etc. The Roadmap will be emailed to the parent's email address on file. Contact the coach/mentor with any questions or concerns about session reports and assignments.

In the end, this is YOUR homework.

Coaches/mentors will assign tasks necessary for student progress. They will document assignments with due dates and times (if applicable). Parents and students understand that completing assignments is crucial for improvement. First Honors is not responsible for a lack of progress if assignments are not completed.

Enjoyed our services? Spread the word!

First Honors offers a credit (individually determined by each package) on additional packages for current and past clients who refer new students. This will apply to both the referrer and the new client. Thank you!

Safety First!

At First Honors, we really care about the safety and well-being of our coaches and mentors. If a coach/mentor finds themselves in a situation that feels unsafe, sketchy, or just not right, they have the freedom to end the session right away, no problem. Parents and students, we know you get it – safety first! We'll do our best to figure out a secure solution for future sessions, making sure our coaches/mentors are always in good hands.

Limited Protection (pads not included).

As far as the law allows, if anything goes wrong related to the services we provide, First Honors’ responsibility will only be up to the amount you paid for those services. We won’t be on the hook for any indirect or unexpected damages, like lost profits or lost data.

Disagreements suck, but let's try to resolve it.

If there’s ever a disagreement between First Honors and a client, we both agree to try and work things out by talking it through first. If that doesn’t work, we can consider mediation or arbitration instead of going to court.

This part covers OUR work.

All the materials, resources, and content we give you, like documents, videos, and presentations, are protected by copyright and other intellectual property rights. You can use them just for your personal, non-business use, and you can’t copy, share, or use them in any other way without getting our written permission first.

We're good at keeping secrets, see: Privacy Policy

We take protecting your personal data seriously and keep it confidential according to data protection rules. We won’t share any sensitive info you give us with anyone else without your clear permission, unless the law says we have to or it’s needed to provide our services.

California Courts have better weather.

These terms and conditions follow the laws of California, no matter what other laws might apply. If there’s ever a legal issue related to these terms and conditions, it’ll be handled by the courts in the State of California.

Addendum to First Honors Terms and Conditions For Unlocking Admissions Bootcamp: Law Edition

The following additional terms and conditions apply to the Unlocking Admissions Bootcamp: Law Edition offered by First Honors, LLC:

1. Course Details
a) Mastering College Apps for Future Lawyers (MCA)
Students will attend 8 hours total of seminars which are held on Mondays and Thursdays from 9 AM to 11 AM PST that will cover 4 modules:

Module 1: Beyond Spikes, Hooks, and Edges: Transform Extracurriculars into Law Supercurriculars
Module 2: Leverage Strategic College Research for a Chance-Me Boost
Module 3: The Strategic Blueprint for the Perfect Pre-Law Application Narrative
Module 4: Showcase your Authentic Pre-Law Story into a powerful personal statement

Students will receive:
(1) Extracurricular List Review & Edit
(1) FH Chance-Me Report: Data-Driven College List Analysis
(1) 1-1 Strategy Session with IEC & Law School Admissions Expert (30 mins)
(1) Personal Statement Critique and Feedback

Additionally, students get 12 hours of our "From Ambition to Admission" Essay Strategy Workshop 2-pt. Series: "What's Your Story? Defining and Refining" which are held on Saturdays from 10 AM to 4 PM PST.

b) Mastering Law School Apps for Aspiring Attorneys (MLSA)
Students will attend 8 hours total of seminars which are held on Mondays and Thursdays from 3 PM to 5 PM PST that will cover 4 modules:

Module 1L: Enhancing your Legal Resume with Meaningful Law-Centric Values
Module 2L: Optimizing your Law School List with strategic (legal) Research
Module 3L: Refining your Law School Application Narrative BLUEPRINT
Module 4L: Designing an Impactful Personal Statement for your LEGAL STORY

Students will receive:
(1) Legal Resume Review & Edit
(1) Comprehensive Law School List Analysis
(1) 1-on-1 Strategy Session w/ IEC and Law School Admissions Expert (30 mins)
(1) Personal Statement Critique & Feedback

Additionally, students get 12 hours of our "From Passion to Profession" Essay Strategy Workshop 2-pt. Series: "Designing Your Legal Story" & "The Anatomy of Winning Essays" which are held on Saturdays from 10 AM to 4 PM PST.

2. Fees
a) Regular Pricing

The regular prices for the courses are as follows:
Mastering College Apps for Future Lawyers (MCA): $3,015
Mastering Law School Apps for Aspiring Attorneys (MLSA): $4,500

b) Special Rate for Session 1
For the first session of each course, a special discounted rate is available:
Mastering College Apps for Future Lawyers (MCA) - Session 1: $1,795
Mastering Law School Apps for Aspiring Attorneys (MLSA) - Session 1: $2,680

c) Subsequent Sessions
For sessions following the first, the regular pricing will apply unless First Honors, LLC offers discounts, promotions, or other special rates at its sole discretion.

d) No Refunds
All sales are final. No refunds will be issued for the Unlocking Admissions Bootcamp: Law Edition after purchase, except as required by law. First Honors reserves the right to offer a refund, discount, or other consideration in select circumstances at its sole discretion.

Intellectual Property 

All content and materials provided as part of the Unlocking Admissions Bootcamp: Law Edition, including but not limited to videos, documents, graphics, and images, are the intellectual property of First Honors, LLC. You agree not to reproduce, duplicate, copy, sell, resell or exploit for any commercial purposes, any portion of the program, use of the program, or access to the program.

Disclaimer of Warranties and Limitation of Liability

The Unlocking Admissions Bootcamp: Law Edition and all content and materials are provided on an "as is" and "as available" basis, without warranties of any kind, either express or implied. First Honors makes no guarantees regarding the success or outcomes for students enrolled in the program.

In no event shall First Honors or its affiliates be liable for any damages arising out of or in connection with your use, inability to use, or results of the use of the program, any websites linked to it, or the materials or information contained in the program.


FOR STUDENTS UNDER 18: If you are between 13 and 17 years old, you must obtain permission from your parent or legal guardian before enrolling in the Unlocking Admissions Bootcamp: Law Edition. By participating in this program, you confirm that you have received this permission and that your parent/guardian has reviewed and accepted these Terms and Conditions on your behalf.

NOTE: This program is not intended for children under 13 years of age. If you are under 13, please do not attempt to register for or use our services.

FOR PARENTS/GUARDIANS: By allowing your minor child (aged 13-17) to participate in the Unlocking Admissions Bootcamp: Law Edition, you agree to the following:

  • You have full legal authority to consent to these Terms and Conditions on behalf of your minor child.
  • You have read, understood, and agree to be bound by these Terms and Conditions as they apply to both you and your minor child.
  • You accept responsibility for monitoring your child's participation in the program and ensuring their compliance with these Terms and Conditions.
  • You understand that First Honors, LLC may contact you regarding your child's participation in the program.
  • You have the right to revoke your consent at any time by contacting First Honors, LLC in writing, which will result in the termination of your child's participation in the program.
  • By allowing your minor child to access and use our services, you acknowledge your agreement to these terms. If you do not agree, please do not permit your minor child to use our program.


These terms and conditions shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the state of California, without giving effect to its conflict of law provisions.

By enrolling in the Unlocking Admissions Bootcamp: Law Edition, you agree to these additional terms and conditions, as well as the general First Honors terms and conditions available on this page at If you do not agree to these terms, please do not enroll in the program.

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