California Bar Exam: Free Workshop, Predictions & More

Hello all,

Thank you for following the Bar Exam Guru blog! We have now had over 800,000 views. I am humbled and grateful for the followers.

Due to the high demand of our free “How to Pass the California Bar Exam” Workshop, I will be teaching a second workshop to be held this Wednesday, June 1st from 7:00 pm to 9:30 pm. This session will be held in Orange County.

As a bonus, I will be covering the Performance Test and will address some early predictions for the July 2016 bar exam.

Class fills up quickly, so be sure to reserve your space early!

Students will receive a free copy of our Guide to Passing the California Bar Exam as well as free bar exam writing templates. The workshop will provide substantive coverage on how to successfully write for the California bar examiners. Get answers to when and where you should include California distinctions, how long is a typical passing essay answer, learn the proper form and structure of a solidly passing essay and performance test. And, as time allows, we will discuss strategies for the MBE.

Come and learn how to develop a plan for succeeding on the July 2016 bar exam. Space is limited. Reserve your space today!

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  1. Hi!

    Thank you for your stellar resources and advice. I live in Washington, DC and will only be flying in to CA take the exam, but I’ve found your strategies to be really beneficial. Do you ever live stream or create temporary recording links for your workshops?

    Best, Henrissa

    • Hello Henrissa, We hope to live stream in the future. We will keep you posted. Thank you for your kind words regarding my blog, always appreciate that and – so glad you find it useful! Best in your studies! Lisa Duncanson

  2. Hi,

    Do you offer the workshop online? There is no way I can get to Orange County.

    Really enjoy your blog posts.

    Best Connor


    • Hello Connor, Thank you for following the blog and for your interest. Unfortunately we do not currently live stream the free workshop. But, we hope to do so in the future. Wishing you all the best in your studies! Lisa Duncanson