Yes! You can try any of our plans (Bronze, Silver, or Gold) totally free for 7 days.
How does the trial work?
When you sign up for any of our plans, you'll get 7 days of access completely free.If you don't cancel your account before the end of the 7-day period, then your card will be charged automatically for whatever plan you signed up for when you started your trial (here's how billing works). Your plan will then renew automatically until you cancel (only the 2-year and 3-year plans don't automatically renew).
What's included during the free trial?
Your trial includes 100% access to all of the features available within the plan you select (Bronze, Silver, or Gold), and is the exact same access you'd get as a paid subscriber.
For example, if you select the Gold plan, you'll be able to access all of the case briefs, legal definitions, Outliner, course videos, video transcripts, quizzes, and practice exams. We don't hold anything back. :)
When does my free trial expire?
Your free trial will expire 7 days from the exact time you signed up (rather than expiring at midnight on the 7th day).
For example, if you sign up on 10/1 at 11:00 am, your trial will expire 7 days later, on 10/8 at 11:00 am.
You can check when your free trial expires by logging in and going to your Settings page.
Do I have to enter my credit-card information?
Yes, to take advantage of the free trial, a valid credit card is required, as our system requires payment information to set up an account. However, you can cancel your account anytime before your trial is over, and you will not be charged.
How do I start my free trial?
To get started, please go to our plans page, and select a plan that suits you.