Explore the advantages of early bar prep in law school—deeper legal understanding, reduced stress, and a higher score on your first try.
Key tools on how to write an effective outline for law school and the bar exam, including organization, personalization, and synthesizing into one sheets.
The bar is one of the most challenging exams you will ever take. This article will answer the burning question, “How long does it take to study for the bar?”
Not only is the MBE® the most significant component of the bar exam, but it is also the most challenging. This article explores the hardest bar exam subjects.
Understanding parallel structure in legal writing is critical to success in law school. This article gives you some tips to develop your legal writing skills.
Parallel structure groups related items in a single sentence, and each item grammatically mirrors the other. Learn to use parallel structure in your writing.
Appearing for the bar exam is an exhaustive process, whether the first or second time. Here are some tips to make sure that you pass in your next attempt.
The various types of contracts make answering Contracts questions on the MBE® challenging. Here are some helpful tips for approaching MBE Contracts questions.