How to Prepare for the Bar Exam in a Second State

Eric Cervone
Just because you passed the bar exam once doesn’t mean you have the whole thing figured out.

Just because you passed the bar exam once doesn’t mean you have the whole thing figured out.

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Getting through the bar exam is one of the great accomplishments in a young lawyer’s career. And after months of studying in solitude and 12 hours in an exam room, the last thing most lawyers ever want to do is go through that experience again. If you decide to move to a new state, however, you may not have a choice. Studying for the bar exam for the second time in a new state may require some unique considerations that you didn’t have to think about the first time around. Here are just a few tips to help you prepare for a second bar exam.

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