Performance-Enhancing Bar Study Distractions
Prepare for your doomed summer with this list of distractions that will (hopefully) help you maintain your sanity.
The Law School Class of 2014 Wasn’t As Dumb As It Looked
Remember the halcyon days of July 2014, when if you were unlucky enough to take the bar exam, you also got to have a bonus anxiety attack when your first-day answers did not upload properly thanks to the ExamSoft software you were required to use? Instead of spending Tuesday night studying, sleeping, staring at the wall, or binge-watching Breaking Bad, […]
Hearsay: The Basics
We take a look at the basics of hearsay. A nice primer for those studying for the bar, or attorneys who find themselves losing these objections a lot.
The Bar Exam: Five Tips for the Final Days
Make your final bar exam plans with these suggestions in mind.
The Bar Exam: Tips for Exam Day Success
Bar exam tips to help you succeed on the day of the bar exam.
Eleven Tips for Reducing Stress and Studying Better in the Two Weeks Before the Bar Exam
For the bar exam, if you do what you plan to do every day, that's all you can hope for. Your results on the bar exam are in the hands of the gods.
5 Good and 5 Bad Bar Exam Study Strategies
Ten study strategies for the bar exam: five bad ones and five good ones.
Bar Exam Preparation: Maximize the Final Weeks
Maximizing bar exam preparation in the weeks before the bar exam.
Three Tips for Finishing the Bar Exam Performance Test on Time
If you manage your time and finish the Multistate Performance Text, you can be sure that you have handed in your best first draft.
Five Tips for Faster Bar Exam Essays
If you can use Twitter, you can finish the bar exam essays in plenty of time.
6 Steps to Planning for 10 Weeks of Bar Exam Prep
To succeed on the bar exam, you must plan your life, as the old saying goes, and live your plan.
Bar Exam Round-Up
Bar exam studying season is around the corner. Before things get too crazy, check out all the bar exam tips here at Lawyerist.
Military Spouses Who Are Lawyers Have a Hard Time Practicing Law
The Military Spouse JD Network wants to make it possible by dropping bar examination requirements for military spouses, and it is making progress.
Law School v. a Bar Review Course
There is just no way law school is a better value than a bar review course. Right?