It’s so difficult to balance empathy with advice. This post from Joe Regalia in the ABA Before the Bar Blog achieves that balance in addressing a very sensitive subject: life after failing the bar exam. Joe acknowledges that the community of those who have failed the bar is something of a “secret society,” one that … Continue reading Supporting those who failed the bar
What do new lawyers actually do? In a 2013 report, the National Counsel of Bar Examiners studied this question in detail by undertaking a very large survey of practicing lawyers (attempting to reach 20,000 lawyers although ultimately receiving usable survey data from 1,600). They result of this survey was the "Job Analysis Survey," The key points … Continue reading How important is listening to new lawyers?
Studying for the bar exam. No one enjoys it and no one wants to repeat the experience. My question for this post is relevant to anyone taking a bar-exam prep class live or through video or audio: How do bar-exam students listen most effectively in studying for the bar? This post explores how bar takers can listen … Continue reading Listening and bar-exam prep