Welcome back. Today, we’re talking with Chris J. Henjum, an attorney and social entrepreneur. Chris is the co-founder of Esqyr.com, a public benefit corporation devoted to providing credible, affordable test prep (starting with the bar exam). Chris is also an attorney and analyst with Flaherty & Hood in St. Paul, Minnesota.
If you’re looking for bar prep options, or want to learn more about social entrepreneurship, tune in!
In this episode we discuss:
- Why Chris took three bar exams, and then founded a bar prep company!
- Why are most bar prep courses so expensive?
- The challenges of balancing a side hustle with a full-time job and a new child
- What’s it like to be a social entrepreneur, and what causes is Esqyr.com working to support?
- Chris and Lee discuss their favorite tools for organizing their lives and businesses
- Tips for success in law school and on the bar exam
- Why flash cards are terrible for learning the law
- How to handle failure and react to criticism
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- Critical Pass Review
- The Question I Have Never Been Asked About the Bar Exam
- Special Discount for Podcast Listeners – 10% off Esqyr
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