CANCELLATION AND REFUNDS: You may cancel your enrollment in a Themis Bar Review course at any time by sending written notice of your cancellation to email@example.com.
If you cancel before the availability of online bar review course content, you are entitled to a refund less any non-refundable payment, shipping fees, and applicable taxes. Non-refundable payments include:
In the event that you directed Themis Bar Review to bill your employer and were issued an iPad before the payment is processed, cancellation of the course enrollment will require return of the unopened device at your expense or payment of $400 plus shipping costs and any applicable sales tax.
In the event that a third party made payment for the bar review course, that third party will be entitled to any refund issued.
No refunds will be issued after the availability of online bar review course content. Online bar review course content is defined as access to any portion of the bar review course (including UWorld's MBE QBank).
Refund requests must be made in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org. Course materials must be returned at your expense and received by Themis Bar Review before any refund due will be processed.
Return materials to:
Themis Bar Review
320 W Ohio Street, Suite 4W
Chicago, IL 60654
COURSE TRANSFER OR POSTPONEMENT:
Before Course Access:
You may transfer to another jurisdiction during the same bar exam administration, or to the next scheduled bar exam immediately following current enrollment in the same jurisdiction with no transfer fee. You are responsible for fees associated with the return of original course materials and the shipment of new course materials. Returned materials should be received by Themis Bar Review, 320 West Ohio Street, Suite 4W, Chicago, IL 60654, within 30 days of the transfer request.
After Course Access (Less than 10% Completion)
You may transfer to another jurisdiction during the same bar exam administration, or to the next scheduled bar exam immediately following current enrollment in the same jurisdiction with a $250 transfer fee. You are responsible for fees associated with the return of original course materials and the shipment of new course materials. Returned materials should be received by Themis Bar Review, 320 West Ohio Street, Suite 4W, Chicago, IL 60654, within 30 days of the transfer request.
After Course Access (More than 10% Completion)
You may transfer to another jurisdiction during the same bar exam administration, or to the next scheduled bar exam immediately following current enrollment in the same jurisdiction for a $795 administrative fee (for bar review course) or $995 administrative fee (for LL.M. Advantage course).
LOST, STOLEN, OR DAMAGED WRITTEN MATERIALS:
To replace a book for any reason, including any lost, stolen, or damaged course book(s), the fee is $75, plus $10 in shipping per book and any applicable taxes. If you need to replace an entire set of materials, the fee is $250, plus $30 in shipping and any applicable taxes.
The Pass Guarantee is a FREE repeat of the next administration of the bar review course in the same jurisdiction for a student who is using Themis Bar Review for the first time. You are entitled to ONE free repeat throughout your enrollment with Themis. Not one per jurisdiction. New textbooks are not included in the Pass Guarantee but can be purchased for $250 plus $30 in shipping and any applicable taxes. You are entitled to a free course repeat if you:
If you are not eligible for the Themis Guarantee, but will be sitting for the same jurisdiction as your original enrollment, you are eligible to receive course access for the new administration with a $795 administrative fee ($995 for LL.M. Advantage course). You may request new books for the cost of shipping ($30 domestic shipping); the administrative fee is not reduced if no new books are requested. This fee is valid for up to two years from the date of the original course. After two years, regular tuition policies apply.
If you take a full Themis Bar Review course for another state’s exam, you are eligible to receive a $700 discount on the base price of that particular bar review course. This alumni discount is valid for up to three years from the date of the original course.
PROMOTIONAL PRICING POLICIES INVOLVING AUTOMATIC PAYMENTS:
Upon enrolling in a Themis Bar Review course that involves automatic payment schedule(s), you authorize Themis to charge the credit card provided for the initial amount as indicated by the promotional deal opted into by you. When applicable, you also authorize Themis to automatically charge the credit card provided for the subsequent payments beyond the initial amount on the dates specified as part of that promotional pricing. This promotional pricing is predicated upon making the initial payment by the initial promotional deadline plus the automatic processing of subsequent agreed-upon payments being processed on the promotional payment deadlines.
In the case of the 2L Early Enrollment Special for 2024 bar review courses, you will be granted a full bar review course and MBE QBank subscription at the $1,695 tuition if the following payment schedule is observed:
In the case of the 1L Early Enrollment Special for 2025 bar review courses, you will be granted a full bar review course and MBE QBank subscription at the $1,695 tuition if the following payment schedule is observed:
Failure to meet these deadlines may result in the removal of the aforementioned $1,695 discounted tuition from your account. Access to the MBE QBank (beginning on subscription date associated with your selected course administration) and to bar review course content is contingent upon tuition being paid in full.
You acknowledge that Themis Bar Review owns all rights, title, and interest in and to all lectures and course materials, all of which are protected by copyright laws and which shall not be shared, sold, copied, recorded, or reproduced by you by any means for any purpose.
You may not assign this contract or any of your rights hereunder.
AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT (ADA):
Themis Bar Review complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and provides appropriate auxiliary aids and services to students with disabilities. If you wish to request an accommodation under the ADA, you must complete and submit a Request for Accommodation form. Requests must be made at least 60 days before the course begins to ensure timely receipt.
DISCLAIMERS AND LIMITATION OF LIABILITY: THEMIS BAR REVIEW MAKES NO WARRANTY OR REPRESENTATION AS TO THE SUITABILITY OR QUALITY OF ITS SERVICES OR MATERIALS AND EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ALL LIABILITY FOR ANYTHING DONE OR OMITTED IN RELIANCE UPON ITS SERVICES OR MATERIALS. YOU SHALL HAVE SOLE RESPONSIBILITY FOR FULFILLING ANY REQUIREMENTS OR ACCOMPLISHING ANY OBJECTIVES FOR WHICH YOU PURCHASED ANY THEMIS SERVICE OR MATERIALS. THEMIS BAR REVIEW EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS, AND YOU HEREBY EXPRESSLY WAIVE, ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OR REPRESENTATIONS, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, ANY WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, AND NON-INFRINGEMENT OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS. TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT PERMITTED BY APPLICABLE LAW AND REGARDLESS OF WHETHER ANY REMEDY SET FORTH HEREIN FAILS OF ITS ESSENTIAL PURPOSE, IN NO EVENT WILL THEMIS BE LIABLE TO YOU FOR ANY SPECIAL CONSEQUENTIAL INDIRECT OR SIMILAR DAMAGES EVEN IF THEMIS HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. IN NO CASE SHALL THEMIS’S LIABILITY ARISING OUT OF OR RELATED TO BREACH OF CONTRACT, TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE) OR OTHERWISE, EXCEED $250.
This contract constitutes the entire agreement between Themis Bar Review and you and supersedes any previous communications, representations, or agreements between you and Themis Bar Review (including without limitation, any Themis Bar Review student representative), whether oral or written. Representations, whether oral or written, made by any person, including a Themis Bar Review student representative, that purport to modify any term of this contract shall be of no effect. If any term or provision herein is determined to be illegal or unenforceable, the validity or enforceability of the remainder of the terms or provisions herein will remain in full force and effect. Your failure to exercise any of your rights under this contract will constitute or be deemed a waiver or forfeiture of those rights.