Kaplan PMBR

  • Bad Ideas, Crime, Facebook, Social Networking Websites, Technology

    Do Your Facebook Pictures Prove You’re A Criminal?

    File this one under “Disappointing, but not really surprising.” According to a new study, it turns out that quite a few law students not only break the law, but also post the evidence on Facebook. We’ve already covered why this is a bad idea. For some reason I keep hoping Facebook has been around long […]

    14 Comments / / May 26, 2011 at 12:43 PM
  • Antitrust, Bar Exams, BAR/BRI, Ted Frank

    Signing Up For, Or Objecting To, The BAR/BRI Class Action Settlement

    Did you take a BAR/BRI bar exam review course sometime in the past five years? Or are you taking BAR/BRI now, having paid for it prior to March 21? If so, keep reading. As we recently mentioned, the deadline for joining or objecting to the proposed class action settlement in Stetson v. West Publishing Corp. […]

    31 Comments / / May 24, 2011 at 11:45 AM
  • Antitrust, Bar Exams, BAR/BRI, Ted Frank

    BAR/BRI Class Actions: Open Thread

    As we reported last month, it looks like Leeds Equity Partners will be acquiring BAR/BRI, the well-known bar exam preparation business, from West Publishing / Thomson Reuters. If you’ve taken a bar exam prep course, odds are that you took BAR/BRI — although there are alternatives, such as BarMax and Themis (disclosure: ATL advertisers, whom […]

    54 Comments / / May 17, 2011 at 7:10 PM
  • Bar Exams, BAR/BRI

    Recent Bar Exam Results: Open Thread
    AZ, CT, MI, PA, VA, WA — any others?