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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 […]

ON THE YEAR OF THE ROOSTER, COMMIT TO MASTERING YOUR LEGAL ENGLISH SKILLS

Natalia M. Urrea, BARBRI Director, International Business Development ON THE YEAR OF THE ROOSTER, COMMIT TO MASTERING YOUR LEGAL ENGLISH SKILLS I find long-haul flights to be some of the best places to focus and be most productive. On my most recent flight to Doha, I was reviewing a proposed licensing agreement from a potential Chinese business […]

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 […]