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New York to Adopt a Uniform Bar Exam Used in 15 Other States

New York to Adopt a Uniform Bar Exam Used in 15 Other StatesMissouri, in 2011, was the first to offer the uniform test, but the nation’s most populous states — California, Texas and … judge on the New York Court of Appeals and chairwoman of the advisory […]

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The Cost of Taking the Texas Bar Exam

The Cost of Taking the Texas Bar ExamMost people, including us, study for the bar full-time for ten weeks. That means no work and no income—and a lot of expenses. Photo credit: Jonathan Trumbull, CC BY 2.0. Last month, my partner and I took the Texas Bar […]

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Task Force Assigned to Study all Aspects of the Texas Bar Exam

Task Force Assigned to Study all Aspects of the Texas Bar ExamYour article was successfully shared with the contacts you provided. Students taking a simulated multi-state bar examination in 2014 at the Jacob J. Javits Convention Center in New York City. Barbri Fed up by years of […]

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Pennsylvania Bar Exam Results Reveal Worst Passage Rates In More Than A Decade

Pennsylvania Bar Exam Results Reveal Worst Passage Rates In More Than A DecadeAs more and more results are announced, bar exam passage rates continue to falter across the country. As we mentioned previously, Pennsylvania released the results of the July 2016 administration of the state’s bar exam […]

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Congratulations New Texas Attorneys – February 2016

April 29, 2016 We want to be among the first to congratulate all of our Southwest Bar Review February 2016 successful bar exam candidates. Passing the Texas bar exam is an achievement to be lauded. Best of Luck in your future endeavors in the law!

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Considering Repeating the Texas Bar Exam? Odds are in Your Favor.

Failing the bar exam can be a humbling experience.  But, it’s not indicative of your eventual success in the legal field.  Plenty of notable people failed their bar exams, including:  First Lady Michelle Obama, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Benjamin Cardozo, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton,  Mayors of […]

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5 Tips for Landing a Job During and After Law School

In today’s economy, merely getting stellar grades in law school does not guarantee you will land a legal job.  More and more law students looking for jobs are realizing the frustrating Catch-22 of today’s legal market.  Future lawyers apply for jobs with the hopes of gaining work […]

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