This is a skills-development course that provides students with an intensive substantive review of selected legal material routinely tested on the Multistate Examination Essay portion of the Uniform Bar Examination. Essay subjects reviewed include Conflict of Laws and Agency and Partnership. Through the use of questions and exercises in a bar exam format, students will become familiar with techniques for analyzing, organizing, and responding to essay questions on the bar exam. The course further provides students with a review of the Multistate Performance Test, which is designed to test an examinee's ability to perform fundamental lawyering skills. Suggestions are made in regard to approaching and successfully completing skills-based assignments found on Multistate Performance Tests. This course is not intended to replace any commercial bar examination preparation course. Only students on track to take the next February or July administration of the bar exam are eligible to enroll.
Offered at least once per academic year.