It is that time of year again. The July bar exam is is drawing near and at the same time, most bar review courses start to wind down and your study time becomes mostly your own. It can be a time where many examinees feel lost. So to help you feel a little less lost, each year I send out tips to those who want to sign up for our tips list. And, of course I continue to write posts here on the blog.
Join the Bar Exam Tips List!
If you are taking the July 2015 bar exam and would like to join our July 2015 Bar Exam Tips List, and receive a free copy of our Constitutional Law Handout on how to evaluate the constitutionality of a state or federal statute, you can do so by completing the form below.
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Incidentally, I do think that Constitutional Law is very possible – in particular, I think that the chances of your getting an exam testing a state statute that potentially places an undue burden on interstate commerce is very likely if you were to see Constitutional Law. This area of Constitutional Law has not been tested in several years and as a result is due. However, favorite areas for testing in Constitutional Law include: Privacy and First Amendment Speech. Still, if you were to see Constitutional Law, I am leaning more towards your seeing a state statute where your job essentially is to determine whether or not the state statute places an undue burden on interstate commerce. I will provide more detail on how to address this (approach and the typical issues to include) along with a sample essay testing this area. This will be provided as part of my July 2015 Bar Exam Tips.
All the best to you in your studies in the coming weeks!