More schools offer bar prep courses

Some faculty consider making exam prep classes a requirement.

, The National Law Journal

Pace Law School was one of the first schools to provide a bar exam preparation class after the American Bar Association in 2005 began allowing schools to give bar prep courses for credit. Since then, more schools have begun offering bar prep courses and more are expected to do so following another rule change made at the ABA annual meeting in August. The recent change removed an interpretation of the rules pertaining to law school accreditation and enabled law schools to require students to take bar exam preparation courses in order to graduate.

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