Other Bar Resources

Are you still considering where to take your bar exam, or are you interested in practicing in multiple jurisdictions? If so, you'll want to know about the bar exams administered in each state and which states have reciprocity. While many state bar requirements are similar, there are some important distinctions that are critical to understand. This section of FindLaw for Law Students will provide you with information and resources on each of the state bars and will also cover what you need to know about preparing for, and passing, the patent bar, so that you can practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. When it comes to taking your exams, FindLaw has the resources to help you set the course for your future career.

Other Bar Resources Articles
    • Other Bar Exam Resources

      Preparing for the bar exam can consume a lot of your time and energy, along with the added stress it may add to your life. However, there are ways to make the process easier for you and to remove some of that unnecessary stress. 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.

      Read More »

    • State Bar Homepages

      Each state bar website has a wealth of information for both law students and practicing attorneys. From information on admissions rules and the bar exam to continuing advisory support for practicing attorneys, the websites serve as a convenient source of ongoing support throughout your legal career. 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.

      Read More »

    • Patent Bar Review

      As if the bar exam isn’t enough, if you want to practice patent law, you'll also need to pass the patent bar. Like the bar exam, it's to your benefit to take a review course, especially because the patent bar can sometimes change from year to year with updates in the law. The thought of researching more review courses may be daunting, so let FindLaw help guide your research with this article.

      Read More »