study per day is, on average, the difference between passing the bar exam and not passing it.
Curious? Want to know more about what you need to do to put yourself in the best position to pass the bar exam?
Drop into the February bar prep kick-off session 12/16 at 6:30 PM in Room 280.
- Introduction to your BARBRI platform and materials
- Recent correlation data on bar passage
- July examinees are welcome to attend
- I’ll bring a little something to eat – feel free to bring something to share
Essay writing sessions today (11/27) @ 3 PM in Room 325. I believe we’re writing a civil procedure essay.
Essay writing session Saturday (?) at 10:30 AM Room 325. Only one of the regulars can attend – unless others want to attend we’ll cancel for this week. (If you’re interested let me know and I’ll show up. )
Questions – or a request for a session this Saturday – firstname.lastname@example.org
Study groups this week (room 325):
- Wednesday 3:00 – 5:00 – Wills
- Satruday 10:30 – 12:30 – Civil Procedure
Any one preparing for a bar exam is invited to participate (Feb 2020, July 2020, or beyond . . .)
The study groups are a good opportunity to get a jump start on bar preparation – or just to practice issue spotting, analysis, concise analysis for any essay exam
Saturday: 10:30 AM – 12:30 PM – Room 325
We’ll write a secured transactions essay using a prompt from either the Ohio bar exam or a Multistate Essay (from the Uniform Bar Exam).
This is a good opportunity to get a head start studying for the bar exam. Anyone studying for a bar exam (now, or in the future) is welcome to attend.
These study sessions are a good way to start learning the basics for the bar exam, especially if you weren’t able to fit secured transactions in your schedule.
Next session: Wednesday 3:00 – 5:00 – Room 325 – Corporations
Study sessions this week – in Room 325:
- Wednesday (today!) 3:00 – 5:oo PM – Constitutional Law
- Saturday 10:30 – 12:30 – Property
It’s never too early to start studying for the bar exam – everyone is welcome! (Even if you’re not ready to think about studying for the bar exam, it’s a chance to master/reinforce issue spotting and good essay exam style writing.)
This year we’re doing a mix of MEE esays (for the UBE) and Ohio essays (for the Ohio bar exam). Both Con Law and Property are essay subjects on both exams.
Questions – email@example.com