The School of Law offers a comprehensive approach to the bar exam. During the last year of law school, the Bar Skills and Strategies Course is available to all graduating students during their last academic quarter. The course focuses on skills needed to approach all sections of the bar exam. This three-credit course introduces students to preparation they will undertake when studying post-graduation for the bar exam. It is not intended to replace commercial bar preparation, but rather a head start in the skills needed for success on the bar exam.

In addition to the Bar Skills and Strategies Course, the assistant dean for bar admission programs meets individually and in groups with all law students, assisting with bar admission requirements and exam information. Tutoring and group sessions are also offered to all bar candidates at the time they are sitting for the bar exam to help supplement the commercial bar courses.

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