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Billable hours and the California Bar Exam: How can attorneys maintain an active law practice while studying for the California Bar Exam?

Frustration with the California Attorney’s exam and the study process in general can be easily tamed with proper time management and expert bar exam preparation.

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Preparing for the California Attorneys Exam

Ever watch the hit TV show ‘Suits’? You know, the one with the attractive lawyers, exciting cases, and an associate practicing law without a license. Plausible? Only in Hollywood. As this presents a clear case of engaging in the unauthorized practice of law.

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February or July? A dilemma for the California Attorneys’ Exam Candidate • Executive Bar Review offers a proven perspective.

Which administration of the California Attorneys Bar Exam offers the practicing professional the best opportunity for a passing result? Statistically, for the general bar examination, one would think the July exam is a better option.  The pass rate in July overall is simply higher than the pass

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Can you be too prepared for the bar exam? Not a chance. Technique is the key to success.

Technique is at least as important as substance and usually more so as it relates to bar exam review.

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The Bar exam after 40?

“I can’t remember what I had for breakfast yesterday, how will I remember all of the exceptions to the Hearsay Rule?” The California Bar exam is famous for being the most difficult exam administered in the United States.  Most law students approach graduation with mixed feelings; a

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A? B? C? D? Tough Call – 10 Tips for MBE Success

Courtesy of Executive Bar Review By Fedora J. Nick A? B? C? D? Tough call. All four answer choices seem plausible. This is a very common tale among bar exam applicants sitting for the Mulitstate Bar Exam, better known as the MBE.  The MBE is a 200

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Report: Those who never pass bar exam initially, lag far behind those who do.

Original posting: Karen Sloan October 28, 2010 What happens to law school graduates who fail the bar exam? Scholars and researchers have largely ignored the topic, but a new paper in the Journal of Legal Education examines that question. The paper, titled “Marooned: An Empirical Investigation

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C.A. Rebukes Applicant for Attacking Bar Exam Grading

C.A. Rebukes Applicant for Attacking Bar Exam Grading By SHERRI M. OKAMOTO, Staff Writer This district’s Court of Appeal yesterday sternly rebuked a Maryland lawyer who sued the State Bar of California over its exam grading review procedures after failing to gain admission for the third time. Div. Two,

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California and New York Bar Exam Prep is key for attorneys and repeaters

California bar exam candidates have individual bar review needs specific to their situations.  Repeat takers and out of state attorneys sitting for the California bar exam face a greater challenge than their first time taker counterparts.  Bar exam pass rates for both categories lag far behind first

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