does any one know what "1st-year law students' exam" of the state bar is about?
They said the exam covers contracts, crim law and torts on the website and it is administrated in June of the 1L year.
Is it like a year-end final?
What if you fail?
If you are interning in DC or NYC, do you have to fly all the way back to take this exam?
I think I remember this being something that law students from unaccredited schools have to take after their first year in order to take the bar exam. Not 100% certain, but I vaguely remember this from one of those Cooley/People's College trolling sessions...
No, we will be exempt - we have more than 2 years of college and will have finished 1st year (and will be rising 2L's) at an ABA accredited law school. Scroll down to page 16 of the following:
i'm reading all of this orientation stuff, but i'm still waiting for it to set in that i'm going to Berkeley.
i'm flying out in a week to find a place, sign a lease, and see the campus for the first time since undergrad, so maybe that will help. anyone have any suggestions for finding a place in two days?
Don't use CalRentals, it's a waste of money. Good luck.
Our orientation information just arrived!!!!
It just struck me how busy (and arduous and, dare I say it, fun) life as a 1L is going to be.