2008 Bar Preparation Courses are Under Way
The Law School 's spring 2008 Bar Examination Preparation Course kicked off on Saturday, January 12, 2008, with a lecture on Criminal Law & Procedure delivered by Professor Bruce Antkowiak. This course is available to all students graduating in 2008 to assist with preparation for the Bar Examination. There is no cost to attend. Topics include a review of the substantive areas of law tested on the Multistate Bar Examination (Contracts, Torts, Real Property, Criminal Law, Evidence and Constitutional Law) and on the Essay and Performance Test portions of the Bar Examination.
The course provides an opportunity for students to take practice examinations that are graded and returned with comments. Class sessions will continue to be held on Saturdays for a total of 13 weeks. The Registrar has automatically enrolled all graduating seniors in this Course. Attendance is not mandatory, but it is highly encouraged. Students who attend at least ten of the thirteen sessions will be awarded two academic credits. For additional information on this course, please contact The Law School's Director of Bar Services, Richard Gaffney, at 412-396-1990 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org .
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