What is the best way to study for the Georgia Bar Exam? I went to law school in Texas and moving to Atlanta?
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I have to work while studying. While I know that this is not the best route, I may not have a choice. I have materials here in Houston from a friend that took BarBri in Georgia. Any suggestions, schedules, advice is greatly appreciated. Thank you all!!!
Just do Bar-Bri. It's crazy-expensive, but you'll pass. If you're working, do self-study. I'm doing...
I graduated from law school awhile ago but did not sit for the bar. Please no judgments on my decision or negative feedback about how difficult this task will be. I already know. ...show more
Unless you are 100% positive you can recapture your previous study habits (and your study habits were...
I'm still waiting to hear back from a few law schools so I may have an easy decision if I get into a top 20 school in CA. Here is the dilemma though: Of the schools I have gotten into my top two choices are either UC Hastings (#42 Law School) or the...
Those aren't really schools with a national reputation, so if you're 100% sure you want to practice...
I've been given lots of conflicting advice about how one should approach the study of law. While I know the hoary old advice that one should do whatever works best for oneself holds true, I hope that the collective wisdom of former law students has more...
I got mostly As and A-s in law school, on a strict B curve. What got me those grades was more outlining...
No. Georgia law requires that all applicants must have a Juris Doctor degree from an ABA accredited...
I recently got a new job which requires me to be up in Georgia. We currently live in Florida, so it's a big move for my kids. We want to make this as beneficial as possible. We will be living near the Gwinnett county public school area and my boss told...
I have heard very good things about Grayson High School.
Also if one were to pass the state bar in Arizona without a law degree would that be able to transfer to another state without a law degree? How does bar license transfering work between states with different requirements?
I believe California is the only state that allows persons to prepare for the Bar using alternatives...
Who has passed the California Bar Exam Without College or Completing Law School besides Attorney Michael Ehline http://www.ehlinelaw.com ?
Hi panzermike, There have been 64 people pass the bar in California without completing law school....
I want to know if there are any US states or territories that allows someone to take only the bar exam to become a lawyer in that jurisdiction without previously graduating from law school.
shafdog2000 -- The following seven states allow admission to the bar to candidates who meet law office...
i just recently heard about some sort of loophole in the system where someone who train/studies under a lawyer for 4 years can skip law school and take the bar exam. i just want to know if anyone knows the technicalities or legalities what is required...
In the United States, there are fifty different state bars and fifty different sets of rules for admission...
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