Pass the Bar Exam by Leaps and Bounds – Sign Up for the Bar Exam Cram Session!

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Sign Up for the Bar Exam Cram Session and Pass the Bar Exam by Leaps and Bounds!

Hello all,

Our next Bar Exam Cram Session is scheduled for Saturday, January 25th. Our December 15th Bar Exam Cram Session sold out. Reserve your seat for the January session before we sell out again. Registration for this event will close on January 23, 2020.

For more information and to reserve your spot, click here.

Here is a recent testimonial from one of our July 2019 Bar Exam Cram Session students:

On Friday, December 6, 2019, 09:55:25 AM PST, John <jtv….@gmail.com> wrote:
Lisa – I PASSED!!!

I registered for your Bar Exam Cram Session and Predictions prior to the July 2019 bar exam, and I wanted to let you know how helpful I found the selection of essays you sent the week prior to the exam. I particularly wanted to commend you for going the extra mile and providing us a few additional exam essays after the bar examiners released the topic list the weekend before the exam.
Your checklist on Free Exercise / Establishment Clause / Equal Protection and TROs was crucial to me sailing through the Con Law / Remedies question. If I recall correctly, the call of the question was to explain the likelihood of a church obtaining a preliminary injunction / temporary restraining order / declaratory relief and then walk through the Free Exercise / Establishment Clause issues. Because I memorized your checklist, I started every answer with the elements of the remedy. I analyzed the remedy first, and then discussed the constitutional analysis in the context of the remedy (for instance, providing the Free Exercise Clause / Free Exercise / Equal Protection levels of scrutiny within the “likelihood of success on the merits” saved time and showed the examiners that I understood that each question was asking for a remedy, not a con law treatise). I followed your approaches for the other essays.
I felt so confident that I had thoroughly analyzed the con law question, that the confidence carried me through the rest of the exam.
Thank you for sticking with us through the entire exam.
I passed!
Thanks again.
John

 

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