Study For A U.S. State Bar Exam In Dublin
The Extended U.S. Bar Prep blended classroom course – offered over a 10-month duration in Dublin – will prepare you for the New York or California Bar Exam. The course begins in September in preparation for the following July bar exam.
This blended classroom course, catering exclusively to postgraduate international students, combines online and Live Classroom experiences. In addition to the Extended U.S. Bar Prep course outlined below, you will attend weekend classroom lectures and discussions that are administered by U.S. attorney-qualified BARBRI course directors and facilitators.
You’ll also have the opportunity to sit two live simulated examinations in Dublin at key points during your studies to help train both your body and brain for this rigorous portion of the exam.
Preparing for a U.S. Bar Exam
Our method is strategic. You will learn from the best U.S. law professors, work your way through materials designed to help you lay a foundation in the substantive law, learn how to successfully answer multiple-choice questions, and tackle essay writing in the most efficient and effective way to pass the bar exam.
Personal Study Plan
ISAAC creates your online Personal Study Plan (PSP). The easy-to-use PSP is your weekly to-do list during the BARBRI Extended U.S. Bar Prep course. As you progress, ISAAC continues to adjust your PSP as it gets to know you and aligns to your unique areas of need.
Lectures, outlines, practice questions, workshops, simulations and frequent progress assessments build over time to create a highly effective bar preparation structure. Ultimately, you spend your study time where it will yield the best results helping you study smarter, not harder.
U.S. BAR EXAM DETAILS & ELIGIBILITY
A U.S. qualification is more achievable than you might have first thought as New York and California operate a relatively open policy in permitting foreign law graduates or lawyers to sit their bar examinations and do not impose restrictions to admission on grounds of nationality or residence.
There are many factors to consider though and we encourage candidates to speak with a BARBRI team member prior to enrollment so that we can ensure that you understand the steps required to establish your eligibility, that you are available to study for and sit the bar examination.