BARBRI Extended U.S. Bar Prep

How to think internationally for a shrinking globe

March 7, 2021

By Rob Dudley, BARBRI International Deputy Managing Director As an increasing number of lawyers look to take their skills to the international market, so too does this global market look to lawyers to provide legal resources at an ever-greater rate. It’s a win-win for practitioners who want to qualify in multiple jurisdictions. But what’s key […]

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Being qualified in the U.S. is a path worth taking

March 7, 2021

By Tiffany Khoo, LLB, London School of Economics Graduate While I was working as Associate Legal Counsel for the Central Bank of Malaysia in Kuala Lumpur I decided it was time to gain a broader understanding of how the law operates in modern cities. The United States and more specifically New York City was on […]

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BARBRI provides ‘life-changing’ experience for immigration lawyer

March 6, 2021

By Cindy Anna Nicolson, LL.B. I Immigration Attorney Whenever someone asks where I am licensed to practice and I tell them, New York, I know I earn their respect. Even fellow attorneys who are licensed elsewhere in the United States recognize that my passing of the New York State Bar is a real feather in […]

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Mexico lawyer passes the California Bar Exam, con facilidad

December 1, 2020

By Pamela Rajunov Djaddah, Esq., Business Law Estudié Derecho en México ― que es un sistema de derecho civil ― y a pesar de eso, los materiales proporcionados por BARBRI hicieron fácil que aprendiera lo suficiente para poder pasar el examen de la Barra de California. Estudié a distancia, leí los materiales y escuché las clases en línea y […]

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A guide to the New York Bar Exam for foreign lawyers

October 20, 2020

So you want to be a U.S. qualified New York lawyer? Want to add a glamorous qualification to your CV? Thinking of emigrating to the states? Want to learn about the New York Bar Exam for foreign lawyers?  You have arrived at the right place. This article will provide you an overview of the New […]

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New York bar taker looks to extend reach beyond Dubai

February 25, 2020

By Laureen Fredah, MBA, LLB, Middlesex University Law Graduate I have had a very rewarding job for a number of years working with Emirates Airline in Dubai, but I have long been drawn to a career as a lawyer. So when Middlesex University London opened its first overseas campus in Dubai and became the only university […]

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LL.M. students: The benefits of early U.S. bar exam preparation

February 13, 2020

[ By Juliana Del Pesco, BARBRI Legal Manager, Americas ] As an LL.M. student, one thing I wish I had done differently in my preparation for my U.S. bar exam is to have given myself more time. This is a common admission I have heard from other former LL.M. students as well. Time is such […]

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LL.M. students: Four tips for success in U.S. law school class

September 5, 2019

By Juliana Del Pesco BARBRI, International Legal Manager Americas The decision to immerse yourself in a foreign culture and its laws is a bold move. It will also be very rewarding once you are well-prepared. In each U.S. law school class, you will come to understand the language of law in the United States. Strange […]

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Study and exam day tips from a New York Bar Exam taker

August 29, 2019

By Saurabh Aggarwal, BARBRI Legal Coordinator I recently sat the New York State Bar Exam. It was an experience like no other for me. If you are preparing to enter the uncharted waters of a U. S. bar exam, it is my hope that what I share here will help ease the apprehension and uncertainty […]

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BARBRI Extended U.S. Bar Prep or BARBRI Bar Review: As a foreign attorney, which course should I take?

January 2, 2019

As a foreign-trained attorney or international law graduate considering sitting for a bar exam in the United States —whether or not you have or are completing an LL.M. program in the U.S. ―it will serve you well to strategize your exam preparation. Successfully passing a U.S. bar exam will signify your understanding of U.S. law, […]

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