I am a 3L originally from Poughkeepsie, NY. I graduated from Binghamton University (SUNY) with my B.A. in 2005 and my M.A. in 2007 both in Political Science. I spent the 2 years between finishing my MA and deciding to go to law school as a Student Affairs Administrator and an Adjunct Professor...
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Peter's Archive for September 2012
Posted by Peter Eraca
09/15/2012 at 03:11 PM
Outside of required classes, there is one commonality that binds all law schools and law students together: the bar exam. It is the final rite of passage for attorneys, and the most dreaded portion of legal education. Although I have not posted in some time, I feel as though this portion of the law school experience deserves some exposition, and I will do so by giving a few (probably too many) pieces of advice. First, you generally do not need to pick which bar exam you sit for until you are a 3L. Its alright to keep your options open. Second, you can take two bars at once so long as...