The California Bar Examiners have released the fact patterns from the July 2019 exam (you can access them here). And we have started debriefing the July 2019 California Bar Exam essays and PT and preparing them for release.
Debriefs of Q1 (Civil Procedure), Q2 (Constitutional Law/Remedies), Q3 (Crimes), Q4 (Professional Responsibility), Q5 (Contracts), and the PT are now available!
The released debriefs are available on our free CalBar Updates platform. Sign up here.
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Our debriefs for the February 2017 California Bar Exam essays are now available. But we are releasing them a little different this time around. We are bundling them alongside Dr. Saccuzzo's predictions for the July 2017 California Bar Exam essays. They're still free, and conveniently packaged together. Sign up here to access them now.
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Finally. The State Bar of California posted the fact patterns, and we have been busy producing our biannual debriefs of the previous bar administration's essays. Remember, these are not, of course, affiliated with or endorsed by the State Bar of California. The examiners' Selected Answers for these essays will not be posted for at least a month or two, but we know you're all anxious to get a rundown before then, so we always like to release our own interpretation of the questions first.
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