What it takes to get through Bar Review, a comic by Albert Wang
The ten things you will almost always do during the weeks of studying for the bar exam.
If you land a job that’s also on the road to sitting for a state bar exam, who wouldn’t want to get paid essentially to go to hard knocks law school
It’s fair to say that the meeting for my bar exam prep course freaked me the hell out.
Dreams and nightmares of lawyer and law students
Kimber and Mark discuss deregulation of lawyers, trademark issues with the new .xxx domain, and the Googling of law school applicants.
From “Waiting for Bar Exam Results” on Lawyerist: Many law students take a significant risk when they take the bar exam. The most recent bar exam results released in Louisiana (February 2011) show that only 54% of the nearly 400 test takers passed. Three years of law school. Three figures of thousands in debt. Three days of…
The MPRE results are back, and I’m happy to say I passed. You would think a law student would be thrilled at this news, but I’m not. After talking to my law school compadres I realized I was the only one who actually hardcore studied for this test. The rest of my friends glanced at…
[powerpress] The bar exam is over–for most people–so now we offer our own take on the types of people you meet at the bar exam. Also, our discussion of Kymberly Wimberly’s valedictory denial devolves into a very personal exploration of Kimber’s own salutatory struggles. Click here to subscribe to The Bitter Brief on iTunes!
[powerpress] In this installment of the Bitter Brief, we send off this summer’s bar examinees with one last bar exam freakout, things get real with our discussion of a rather depressing job offer, it’s time for bloggers—and, apparently, anonymous commenters—to beware, and one law firm’s unusual want ad lands a Chicago lawyer in deep poo-poo. Subscribe to the Bitter Brief on iTunes!