99% OF LAW SCHOOL GRADUATES SAY THEY NEED HELP PREPARING FOR THE BAR EXAM

Don't just pass the bar. Own the bar. You can do it, and BARBRI will be with you every step of the way. We've already helped over 1.2 million practicing attorneys and judges - more than all other bar review programs combined, times a hundred. Now we'd like to focus on you.

Experience the best, now even better

You do your best when you have the best teachers and mentors to guide you, people who care about your success. It's why the vast majority of law students choose BARBRI Bar Review to help them successfully pass the bar, the first time. This year, we've made notable improvements to make your experience even more engaging, interactive and personalized. BARBRI is the best, most innovative program - hands down.

  • The new BARBRI Bar Review is designed to strengthen your knowledge through better engagement and also new online assessment tools that recognize your areas of strength and shift your concentration to areas of improvement.
  • Our new Personal Study Plan uses over 1,000 individual data points, captured from your previous results, to outline daily, targeted assignments just for your, so you can spend your limited time where it will yield the best results.
  • BARBRI professors are leading experts in the topics they teach and make the law come alive through captivating lectures.
  • Our best-in-class outlines and study materials have been perfected over many years and offer valuable insights to help you grasp important legal distinctions.
  • Innovative BARBRI AMP technology prepares you by testing not only your knowledge of the law, but your confidence in ways that no other program can.
  • With BARBRI Essay Architect, a new and advanced essay-writing program, you’ll learn to construct a thorough, well-reasoned answer using unique drag & drop technology and receive immediate feedback.
  • Only BARBRI Pass Predictor compares your test results against the largest sample size of bar exam takers to tell you with the greatest accuracy how you'll perform on the bar exam in enough time to course correct.

Study smarter, not harder

As you steadily progress through your online BARBRI Personal Study Plan, learning becomes more and more focused on you. It continuously monitors and incorporates results from your practice exams, grades, completed assignments, essays, and more. Your performance, displayed on your daily progress bar and percentile ranking graph, shows what you already know, and what you still need to learn. By identifying and recognizing your areas of strength, your plan instead concentrates on personal areas of improvement. In this way, these regular assessments and remediation enable you to study smarter, not harder. This highly focused, individualized approach helps you gain a deeper understanding of the law exactly as they will be tested on the bar exam.

Be part of something big

This year, we will kick off bar review with a nationwide, video-streaming event so you can share your journey with tens of thousands of your peers across the country. This motivational and inspiring bar prep initiation will be like nothing you've experienced before. You’ll learn details and witness demonstrations about all the ways that BARBRI is changing to make bar review more effective than ever. Enroll in BARBRI Bar Review and become part of the largest, most distinguished network of students, alums and attorneys who chose to pursue the same noble profession...more than 1.2 million and counting.

Receive the personal guidance you need

Your individually assigned BARBRI Director of Legal Education (DLE) has one job... to support you. He or she is available to offer any assistance you need and can be reached anytime; not just once a week by email. Your DLE is there, on your time, to be your sounding board and to offer practical solutions, provide study strategies, or simply talk you through a tough day. Every DLE is also a BARBRI alum, belonging to the same supportive network as you. They've been through what you're going through.So you should never feel hesitant to ask for their help.