If you are frustrated by getting low scores on the written portions of the Bar exam or on practice essays, this course is for you. I will teach you the step-by-step formula for writing a solid Bar exam essay. There IS a formula, and you're about to learn it.
This course contains a ton of tips and insights into the most important exam you'll ever take as a legal professional. Sure, you know about IRAC, but there is a formula for each part of the IRAC method, and this course takes you on a deep dive of each step.
There is also a practice hypo so that you can put your new-found knowledge to the test. I provide a full mark-up of the sample hypo so that you can compare it to your own. Finally, you will get to see a complete "red-line" critique of one of my former student's essay responses to this same practice hypo in order to avoid certain pitfalls and to garner additional tips throughout the critique.
The Bar is often an anxiety-producing experience. Most people who fail do so on the written portions of the exam, not the multiple choice (for those states that have the multiple choice). Take control of your essays by learning how to get the most points and how to write the "right" way, which boils down to how the Bar examiners want to see essay responses.