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Bar Exam Resources

This guide describes library and web resources to help people study for the bar exam.


Congratulations!  You have made it through law school but now the bar exam looms or perhaps you are still in law school but need to take the Multi-State Professional Responsibility Exam. You may find yourself needing some help. This guide is intended to introduce you to the many ways that the Library can assist you to do more than just survive the bar exam. We can help you succeed!

General Bar Exam Resources

  • Sara J. Berman, Pass the Bar Exam: A Practical Guide to Achieving Academic & Professional Goals (2013). Law Reserves KF303 .B45 2013
  • Conquering the Bar Exam : Personal Stories & Practical Advice for Overcoming the Final Hurdle to Becoming a Full-Fledged Licensed Lawyer; Insight for First-Generation and Minority Law Students and Graduates (Evangeline M. Mitchell ed., 2007). Law Reserves KF303 .C66 2007 
  • Edna Wells Handy, You Can Pass Any Bar Exam (1997). KF 303.H25 1997
  • Rosemary La Puma, If I Don't Pass the Bar I'll Die : 73 Ways to Keep Stress and Worry from Affecting Your Performance on the Bar Exam (2008). Law Reserves KF303 .L3 2008 
  • National Conference of Bar Examiners, NCBE Directory (1989). Reference KF 303.N43
  • Denise Riebe & Michael Hunter Schwartz, Pass the Bar (2006)  Law Reserves KF303 .R54 2006
  • The National Jurist -- The National Jurist has published several articles on the bar exam.  Searching their back issues should bring up those articles.
  • Passing the Bar - Tips from Professor Vernellia Randall at the University of Dayton School of Law.
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