When we finished with our first bar exam, we all swore up and down that we’d never do it again. But life, and our career, often changes in unexpected ways, requiring us to move to a new state–and take another bar exam. The concerns when taking the bar yet again are real: we’re further out of law school and having taken the core classes that make up the exam; we aren’t entering bar exam study season being carried along by the entirety of our post-grad law school cohort; and oftentimes we don’t have three months off of work just to study.
But don’t worry. Your experience taking the bar exam the first time around can and will help you as you prepare for the next one. Here are five tips on how to use what you learned during your first exam to pass your second. [Read more…] about Taking Another Bar Exam in a Different Jurisdiction? Here are Five Tips on Leveraging What You Learned the First Time Around