The California Bar Examiners have released the fact patterns from the February 2020 exam (you can access them here). And we have started debriefing the February 2020 California bar exam essays and PT and preparing them for release.
Q1 (Torts), Q2 (P.R.), Q3 (Ks/Remedies), Q4 (CA Ev.), Q5 (B.A.), and the PT now posted!
The released debriefs will be available on our free CalBar Updates platform. Sign up here.
If you've already signed up for CalBar Updates and are trying to log back in, click here and navigate to "CalBar Updates" then "February 2020 Bar Exam."
Dr. Saccuzzo has a special message for all of you who received your results from the February 2020 California Bar Exam. Listen here.
Well, at least now we know what's going to happen to California's July 2020 bar examination.
The July 2020 California bar exam will be postponed to September 9 and 10. The goal is to offer the test online, with remote or electronic proctoring. Every effort will also be made to turn exam results around no later than December 31.
You can read the Supreme Court's press release here.
While the fate of professional sports, entertainment festivals, Olympics, and even school and court schedules have been known for some time, we still don't yet know what impact COVID-19 will have on Cailfornia's upcoming bar exam.
Here's what we do know: California is mulling over the idea of ...
An excerpt has been added to CalBar Updates.
The full presentation is available in Event Bank for all PowerLaw members.
Registration for Dr. Saccuzzo's General Predictions for the February 2020 California Bar Exam is open! (Along with a lot of other great events for the February 2020 California Bar Exam.)
The State Bar of California has posted the fact patterns (essays and performance test) from the February 2019 bar examination.
Stay tuned for our debriefs of the essays and PT from the February 2019 exam, which will be dripped out on our free CalBar Updates site. Sign up here.
Beginning in July of this year, the California Bar Examination will be weighted as follows:
For those taking the Uniform Bar Examination (UBE), the weighting is as follows: