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LEARN ABOUT U.S. BAR EXAM ELIGIBILITY RIGHT AWAY

By Robert Dudley, International Director at BARBRI TIMING IS EVERYTHING. There’s great appeal to qualifying as a U.S. attorney, particularly the impact it has on increasing earning potential and broadening the scope of job opportunities on a global scale. These reasons alone are enough to prompt many foreign-trained attorneys and law graduates to continue their […]

MEET YOUR BARBRI CLASSROOM FACILITATOR IN DUBLIN

Gordon Wade is the head of KPMG Ireland’s team of data protection lawyers. He’s also a Dublin facilitator for the BARBRI International Bar Exam Preparation Classroom Lecture course. Find out how he passed the New York Bar Exam on his first attempt, landed a prime role on a top global firm’s international arbitration team — […]

LEARN TO BE AVERAGE

By Matthew Nash, Legal Manager at BARBRI REMEMBER, THE BAR EXAM IS ULTIMATELY PASS-FAIL. Indeed, it’s perfectly acceptable to strive to land in the passing margin of the U.S. Bar Exam’s graded curve. There’s no need really to overwork yourself into oblivion to achieve a top percentile ranking. If you can (and want to), that’s […]

The Countdown Begins!

Guest Blog by Tiffany Khoo, LLB London School of Economics and Political Science graduate Believe it or not, its been about 8 months since I started preparing for the NY Bar with BARBRI! Over the past few months, I’ve been trying to do my best to stay on top of the work we’ve been assigned […]

Challenge Seekers

Blog by Nora Garaz, Legal Coordinator Hello my fellow challenge seekers, Studying law has always filled me with a certain level of satisfaction. I love learning, and the different modules throughout law school kept me entertained enough to actually graduate. And while I am a hopeless traveler, I am also a challenge seeker. So, it didn’t […]

HAPPY LUNAR NEW YEAR: A Two Week Affair

Guest Blog by Tiffany Khoo, LLB London School of Economics and Political Science graduate Happy Lunar New Year! Celebrations have always been a wonderful thing, but with the Bar Exam inching closer, I’ve started to dread the festivities that come with these celebrations, knowing I have to really work at managing my time better! For […]

The BARBRI Journey

Guest Blog by Tiffany Khoo, LLB London School of Economics and Political Science graduate Can I just say that this BARBRI journey has been a challenge! I’m enrolled under the 10-month programme which is meant to be at a pretty relaxed pace of about 10 – 15 hours a week. Although this hardly sounds like […]