Each bar exam cycle, Dr. Saccuzzo not only releases general predictions for the essay topics on the California Bar Exam, but also some specific issues within each of those subjects to which he recommends you pay special attention.
As you know, his general predictions have already been posted on the free CalBar Updates platform. Now, he has started to roll out each of the specific-issues posts for each of those subjects. California Community Property, Professional Responsibility, and Civil Procedure were added to the platform in the last few weeks, and Agency and Partnership was posted today.
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Dr. Saccuzzo's predictions for the July 2017 California Bar Exam essays are now available. But we are releasing them a little different this time around. We are bundling the predictions alongside our debriefs of the February 2017 California Bar Exam essays. They're still free, and conveniently packaged together. Sign up here to access them now.
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So far so good, right? We really do not see a need to deviate much from the original predictions at this point, but perhaps we can offer a bit more focus for you.
Here is what we think you might see tomorrow:
Thank you for your patience. The first part of Dr. Saccuzzo's predictions for the specific issues on the essays for the February 2017 California Bar Exam is now available. The other subjects will be added to this playlist soon. To see the other videos in the playlist, click the playlist icon in the video frame.
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