With three weeks before the July bar exam, patrons at the Brooklyn Law School library can review additional study resources in the collection. , A subject search for “Bar examinations—United States—Study guides” in the online catalog will retrieve some helpful resources for bar exam study on reserve at the circulation desk such as the 2009 edition of The Bar Exam in a Nutshell by Suzanne Darrow-Kleinhaus (Call # KF303 .D37 2009). Also on reserve is Pass the Bar by Denise Riebe and Michael Hunter Schwartz (Call # KF303 .R54 2006).
The library’s main collection has Scoring High on Bar Exam Essays by Mary Campbell Gallagher (Call # KF303 .G35 2006). There is also a 50 minute streaming video produced in 2008 that is accessible from the BLS Library catalog called Pass the Bar: We Did, You Can Too!
Past exams are available for free on bar exam websites, such as New York’s page of Past Exam Questions. Visit the National Conference of Bar Examiners lists the Boards of Law Examiners site for all of the states for those taking bar exams outside New York.