This is the bar formula, as you already know. And my name is David. If you haven't learned that by now, but what I'm here to tell you today is that I am to give you a reality check. Why a reality check? Well, due to the recent circumstances with Corona, online, learning a school, shutting down the bar, changing, canceling, changing the rules. You know, I'd be concerned too, but the reality is get over it and move on. You need to stop ignoring what you have spent the last several years doing and buckle down. And this is your time to study.
This is the time now to not come up with any excuses. I've heard excuses after excuses, after excuses, you sound like a client, to be honest with you, when you guys complain, if you think that studying for the bar is tough, where do you practice law?
And you have the pressure of somebody's life in your hands. Well, maybe you should go through that pressure to know what it's like, and you are, however, let's get off of that. I'm...
The court’s letter to State Bar of California trustees includes the following:
Allows a graduate from law school to be admitted to the state’s bar association to practice law.
“The State Bar of California’s mission is to protect the public and includes the primary functions of licensing, regulation and discipline of attorneys; the advancement of the ethical and competent practice of law; and support of efforts for greater access to, and inclusion in, the legal system.”
Sit Around and Complain....Leave the success of your career in the hands of the State... Take it in another State?
Now we like to pose these questions on a regular basis that are relevant and current. So have you ever compared?
These are kind of what may be general knowledge, but it's something that you don't want to overlook and don't want to think about too much because you should be spending your time practicing writing...
Watch the video for our "Food for Thought" pros and cons.
...and then, choose one, and once again, practice! So that's our food for thought and we wish you the best.
Welcome to The Bar Formula's "Food For Thought!"
I like to introduce a few quick topics that are relatively current and relevant. And today is a quick discussion on...
Most of us are given the torts as a first subject and we spent probably a week or two reviewing Torts I should say studying but it's a review and is all the time spent sitting Torts worth it?
Well, it is a big subject to put your head around. It is also the time that you're learning to kind of adjust your writing style and so forth, but if each essay carries the same value then shouldn't you study what essay appears the most?
Well, that's a good question that we're going to pose. So let's get ready for a big surprise for your food for thought.
That should be concerning to you. Like when I went through my reviews, I spent a week...