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BARBRI – More Than Just Bar Review

BARBRI has helped more lawyers prepare for the bar than any other company. There’s a reason more than 1 million law school graduates have used BARBRI to prepare for the bar exam. Our program works. We’re the #1 most trusted bar review course and regarded as the premier bar exam review course in all 50 states. BARBRI’s 45 years of bar exam specific experience means students won’t be left wondering if they’re prepared enough for the most important test of their professional life. Ask any law professor, any attorney or judge, which bar review course did they take? They’ll likely tell you BARBRI.

BARBRI is much more than an elite bar exam review course. We’re a support system for students from before the first day of law school to graduation, and beyond. With Law Preview, our pre-law course, incoming 1Ls are provided an overview of core first year topics, as well as guidance on how to brief cases, outline for each class, study effectively and manage their time — all proven academic strategies that are critical to earning great grades during the first year of law school. Perhaps most importantly, students learn our unique exam-taking methods and practice them on real law school exams.

During the three years of law school, BARBRI provides support and resources including outlines, video lectures, study aids and practice questions. Students rely on BARBRI lectures and practice questions to familiarize themselves with the blackletter law and prepare for finals. BARBRI’s complimentary MPRE review course is heralded as the best preparation for the MPRE. To learn more about all of BARBRI’s law school resources, visit

After graduation – and the bar exam – BARBRI continues to provide learning opportunities to practicing attorneys. Our financial skills courses teach lawyers financial and accounting fundamentals including financial statements, corporate transactions, valuations, forensic accounting, stocks, bonds and options, swaps, derivatives and hedging and more. These topics allow lawyers to speak the language of their clients and provide an opportunity to expand their businesses and client base. Visit to learn more.