Law Students

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    • Other Bar Exam Resources

      This article will provide you with additional resources as you prepare for the bar exam. Whether it’s information on bar study tips or test-taking strategies, FindLaw is here to help.

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    • Westlaw for Law Students

      A giant in the legal research industry, Westlaw provides comprehensive research resources and valuable training. The following article provides an overview of how a familiarity with Westlaw's products can help ensure your success as a law student.

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    • Outlines and Exams by Subject: 1L

      The first year of law school is likely to be the most challenging year in your academic life. The following article provides some guidance regarding 1L subjects and where to find the outlines and practice exams that can help you stand out from the crowd.  

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    • State Bar Homepages

      Each state bar website has a wealth of information for both law students and practicing attorneys. This article provides an overview of the state bar websites as well as helpful links to make it easier for you to find the information you need.

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    • MPRE Review Courses

      All but a handful of states require that you pass the Multistate Professional Responsibility Exam (MPRE) before being admitted to practice law. The following article provides an overview of some prominent MPRE review courses.

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