Our Law School Essentials (LSE) programs include comprehensive review materials for your first-year curriculum and many of your upper-level electives.
All of the LSE lectures are taught by our distinguished bar review faculty. The method of instruction is the same as in our bar review courses: short, issue-specific lectures followed by assessment questions. Our outlines include explanations and examples of the “black letter law” for each subject, as well as examination tips. For the most flexibility, take advantage of our E-Reader outlines and mobile apps for iOS and Android devices.
Themis provides expert guidance for the multistate professional responsibility exam (mpre).
Our comprehensive online bar review course provides everything you need to pass the bar exam—the first time. When you choose Themis, you'll receive daily instruction that includes comprehensive outlines, clear and concise lectures, thousands of MBE–type questions, unlimited essay grading, and your own Personal Bar Exam Adviser.
We offer a bar review course specifically designed for LL.M. students sitting for a U.S. bar exam in California, New York, or Washington. In addition to all of the features of our bar review courses, LL.M. Advantage includes: an initial one-on-one consultation with a Themis attorney, a customized study plan, legal terminology lists, intensive writing workshops, MBE fundamentals workshops, and 20 graded essays submitted to a Dedicated Essay Grader.
ALUMNI TUITION: If you used Themis Bar Review to prepare for one bar exam, and another state's bar exam is in your future, we offer a discounted Alumni Tuition of $1695. This discounted tuition is valid for up to five (5) years from your first bar exam with Themis.
RETAKER OFFER: If you used another full-service bar review provider to prepare for the July 2019 or February 2020 bar exam and were unsuccessful, we can offer you a discount of $600. This will lower the cost of your July 2020 bar review course to $1695. Please contact us at 888-843-6476 or email@example.com for more information. You will need to provide proof that you sat for the bar exam in July 2019 or February 2020, and you must be taking the same jurisdiction for the July 2020 bar exam.
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