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Executive Bar Review Eases Transition to California for Out-of-State Lawyers | Reuters.com

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Tue May 12, 2009 1:35pm EDT

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif., May 12 / — The State Bar of California

requires that lawyers from other jurisdictions obtain a California license

before practicing in the state in almost any capacity. Lawyers with fewer

than 4 years in practice must sit for the full California bar exam while more

experienced attorneys must pass the shorter California Attorneys Exam. In

response, The Executive Bar Review Tutorial program, http://www.execbar.com,

has expanded to offer its exclusive California bar exam review services

nationally.

The Executive Bar Review tutorial program is the onlyCalifornia bar review

program designed specifically for the working professional and the

out-of-state attorney. Executive Bar Review applicants benefit from a

one-on-one, individually tailored tutorial program that allows them the

opportunity to participate privately from the convenience of their homes or

offices.

“Our unique one-on-one program offers busy professionals, out-of-state

attorneys and foreign lawyers a focused study plan designed to integrate with

their individual work schedules,” said Fedora Nick, Execbar’s founder and

managing director. “We recognize that busy professionals have personal needs

that may not be satisfied by lecture and group bar review programs like Barbri

and Barpassers.” Currently, the Execbar program provides custom bar review for

applicants sitting for the California, New York, DC, Texas, Nevada and Arizona

bar exams.

Fedora Nick has personally tutored and prepared partners and associates from

the largest and most respected national firms as well as high profile

candidates for the California Bar exam. She was a partner and director of

California’s premier one-on-one bar review program for over a decade, as well

as a tutor and MBE course lecturer for the Emanuel Bar Review program. She is

recognized as a leading expert in the bar preparation field and is the author

of the NBR Performance Review, co-author of the NBR Hypothetical Enhancer

Method and her definitive volume on strategies for the Multistate Bar Exam

will be released later this year. Ms. Nick received her JD from The American

University Washington College of Law in 1995. She specialized in Civil

Litigation before focusing on bar exam preparation as her area of practice.

She is a member of the State Bar of California and is admitted to practice

before the Ninth Circuit, Northern, Central, and Southern Districts of

California. In June of 2000 she was admitted to practice before the Supreme

Court of the United States.

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