If you’re just beginning your first or second year of law school, the last thing you’re probably worried about is the bar exam. With the stress of adjusting to law school, getting high grades and then maintaining those grades, and finding a job or internship (the list goes on…), it can be easy to forget that for many, the end goal here is to be a practicing lawyer. Of course, in most states being a practicing lawyer requires passing the bar exam! While you shouldn’t focus too much energy specifically on doing bar prep during law school, there are a few things you can focus on along the way that will set you up for bar exam success. [Read more…] about How to Prepare for the Bar Exam While in Law School
About Briana Borgolini
Briana Borgolini is a law student at Villanova University's Charles Widger School of Law. She received her undergraduate degree from Brown University, where she graduated with her B.A. in Human Biology with Honors. Briana worked in public health research for four years before law school and hopes that her non-traditional perspective can help others navigate the law school and legal career process.