Non-US Law Student or Lawyer

The bar exam curve: It’s real

September 19, 2018

The bar exam curve is very real. In fact, MBE score results consistently fall into a bell curve pattern every single bar exam administration. Still, there will be detractors of the bar exam curve. The bottom line is that BARBRI has studied the MBE since it debuted in 1972. The best bar exam passing strategy […]

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Five great things about studying for the bar exam

April 21, 2018

Does this headline strike you as far-fetched? After all, everyone knows that studying for the Bar Exam is a difficult experience. It’s a fact that’s tried and true, in the way the Pope is Catholic and the sky is blue. But don’t let that get you down. Yes, even though studying for the bar is […]

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The one thing you need to know / do to pass the bar exam

April 19, 2018

By Sam Farkas, Esq., BARBRI Curriculum Architect and Instructor As you approach the bar exam, you’ll likely be inundated with all kinds of “quick fix” strategies. You are a trained critical thinker, so hopefully, you recognize that if it seems too good to be true, it probably is. At BARBRI, we’ve heard everything from “create […]

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New York Bar Exam: Advantages and disadvantages for UK students

March 8, 2018

Hemant Chauhan, Legal Coordinator — BARBRI  The search for that elusive training contract or pupillage remains as competitive as ever. The law market is saturated with law students who have completed their respective qualifications, but unable to secure a position within a law firm or chambers. Many have impressive CVs, stellar academics, and have varied […]

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Early experiences in U.S. capitol pave way to qualifying as a U.S. attorney

March 2, 2017

Before joining a Magic Circle law firm in London, Hannah McCarthy worked in Washington, D.C., interned with a U.S. Senator and passed the New York Bar Exam – using BARBRI Extended U.S. Bar Prep MY NAME IS HANNAH McCARTHY and I passed the New York Bar in February. I am currently working in international arbitration […]

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