This quick tip may help you spot accuracy issues in the 1999 crime thriller, Double Jeopardy and answer the practice questions for the MBE.
The MBE® often tests students on the differences between trespass to chattels and conversion. Use this tip to understand the distinction and avoid confusion.
UWorld’s MBE QBank provides a simplified report with greater flexibility. With a glance, you can understand your overall performance, identify your weak subjects and, within one click, start practicing questions from that specific subject.
UWorld introduces a brain hacking tool to improve your MBE performance. Smart flashcards with integrated spaced repetition, which let you take advantage of scientifically proven learning techniques for effective learning.
Understanding the appellate standards of review is important because these procedural rules can be tested on any MBE® subject—not just civil procedure.
Don’t be that person who writes about the “statue of frauds” or “waving a privilege.” Instead, be the person who catches the tricky typos that spellcheck misses.
Nix the legalese! It’s stale, stuffy, and a huge turnoff for judges. Change “thereafter” to “later,” “instant case” to “here,” “inasmuch as” to “since,” and so on.
The bar exam is dificult to say the least. But what are the top reasons why students fail the bar exam? From study habits to study time, let’s explore why.
As a future attorney, you need to be ready for clients. Therefore, the attorney-client privilege is especially important to know! Here are some quick tips on attorney-client privilege.
Failing the bar is disappointing but in the grand scheme, it’s just a bump in the road. Here are four tips to help you rebound, refocus, and move forward.