Items tagged: Studying for the Bar Exams

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Virtual Bar Exam Diaries: Writing On-site Versus Writing Remotely

March 18, 2021 - 9:00 am

Presenting the Virtual Bar Exam Diaries: A series specifically written for students, by students. Each article outlines the author’s personal experience writing the Ontario Licensing exam virtually, and is full of insights and advice. Learn from their experiences and write the exam with greater confidence.   Writing...

Categories: Articling, Blog, Exam Writing Strategy, Law School, Ontario Bar Exams, Ontario licensing exams, Study Break, Virtual Bar Exam Diaries

4 Ways to De-Stress After the Ontario Bar Exams

June 20, 2018 - 4:19 pm

Weeks of studying and two 7-hour exams later, the Ontario bar exams are finally behind you. What now? Maybe you’ve already started articling and you’re headed back to work. Maybe you’ve got some free time before you start articling or attend the Law Practice Program later this summer. Either way...

Categories: Blog, Ontario Bar Exams, Ontario licensing exams, Paralegal Exam, Study Break

Target your Bar Exam Studying with Key Competencies

March 25, 2015 - 9:32 am

The Ontario Licensing Exams are a fundamental cornerstone of the legal licensing process in Ontario, and to practice law in the province a lawyer must pass both the Solicitor and Barrister Licensing Exams. The purpose of the Licensing Exams is to test each budding lawyer’s aptitude on a set of established...

Categories: Blog, Ontario Bar Exams, Study Strategy


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