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NEW YORK BAR EXAM ELIGIBILITY: YOUR FIRST STEPS, WHAT TO EXPECT

By Chris Jorgenson, BARBRI International Legal Manager Hello again! Chris Jorgenson here, Legal Manager with BARBRI based in London, England. My previous blog post explained the process for U.S. qualification in California as an internationally trained law graduate or lawyer. Now I’d like to address the same details for the New York Bar Exam. YOUR […]

CALIFORNIA BAR EXAM ELIGIBILITY: YOUR FIRST STEPS, WHAT TO EXPECT

By Chris Jorgenson, BARBRI International Legal Manager Hello, my name is Chris Jorgenson, Legal Manager with BARBRI based in London, England. In this blog post, I’ll be addressing the eligibility requirements for the California Bar Exam and the practice trends we’ve seen in California over the years, which will be quite helpful and valuable to […]

Why the New York Bar?

Harry Illingworth, BARBRI Legal Co-ordinator I spent a large amount of my youth travelling around the U.S. because of my dad’s profession. I always knew I wanted to study law at university and I suppose the childhood connection with the U.S. led to my initial interest in qualifying in New York rather than the U.K. […]

FRENCH ATTORNEY ACHIEVES GLOBAL LEGAL CAREER

Parisien, Nelson Dijoux Coquillas, uses his New York qualification to practice in international arbitration – the international setting of his dreams. My name is Nelson Dijoux Coquillas and I am an Associate in International Arbitration at White & Case LLP. I have always imagined myself working in an international legal setting interacting with colleagues and clients […]

What if I Don’t Pass the Bar Exam?

Rob Dudley, BARBRI International Director When I’m talking to lawyers or law graduates around the world who are considering sitting a U.S. State Bar Exam and qualifying as a U.S. attorney, one question that I hear occasionally is, “What happens if I study and sit the California or New York Bar Exam and I find […]

MAKING THE MOST OF BARBRI

Guest Blog by Tiffany Khoo, LLB, London School of Economics and Political Science graduate When I first signed on for the BARBRI 10-month Home Study Program, 10 months felt far away yet it went so much faster than I expected. Almost silently, the last few months passed one after another and the New York Bar […]