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BarBri Attorney's Course

Post by marmot8 » Tue May 02, 2017 3:14 pm

Good afternoon,

As an associate who is transitioning to another state and will be working full time while studying, I'm trying to figure out how to make it happen. I took BarBri the first go around, and am weighing whether to take the full course or perhaps do the new Attorney's Course. Anyone out there complete the Attorney's Course? In my mind it goes both ways: while appealing to streamline the process, I fear it will be difficult to relearn the material without the lectures. That said, I certainly won't have time to do the full course, so I'd be picking and choosing if I go that route. Any advice from someone who did it for February?


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Re: BarBri Attorney's Course

Post by SEC_Law » Wed May 10, 2017 6:50 pm

The Attorney's Course, as I recently found out, is for UBE states only. Barbri suggests that if taking a non-UBE exam, stick with the traditional course. That said, if you are taking a UBE exam, I would probably recommend the Attorney's Course.

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Re: BarBri Attorney's Course

Post by TT2004 » Sun Nov 27, 2022 10:52 am

Which state were you coming from?
I'm barred in NY, which is a UBE state it seems.
CA is not. So if taking the Attorney's Exame in CA, I should take the full course, not the Attorney's correct?

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