We look forward to welcoming dozens of young Emory Law alumni next week as they get sworn into the Georgia Bar in the place where it all began with Welcome Week: Tull Auditorium! Tuesday, November 10, 6-7:30 pm, with a reception for the new bar members and their families to follow. This is a great annual tradition and a highlight of the law school’s year. Class of 2016, this will be many of you next year!
Congratulations to the Emory Law graduates who just got the good news that they passed the Georgia bar exam! We’re really proud of you and we hope to see many of you back at Emory Law in early November, to get sworn into the bar with your classmates. Look for an email invitation from our office of Alumni Relations. Congratulations again!
Passing the bar exam after you graduate is more than a rite of passage. It is the final challenge before you can do what you came to law school for: to practice law. Bar readiness begins long before you graduate or take a bar review course. Each semester that you spend in law school teaches you more of the vocabulary, the analytical writing and critical reading skills, the persistence and the doctrinal law you need to achieve success on a bar exam. Bar review courses are just that: a concentrated review of material you have seen before, with intensive coaching on the strategies you need to succeed on these high-stakes, standardized tests and essays.
This blog will help you explore the ways that you can make yourself ready to pass the bar before and during your final semesters of law school. It’s in your hands!