Format: Twitter Chat
Time: 8:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. EDT
Sponsor: ABA Law Student Division
List Price: Free
ABA Member Price: Free
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Graduating from law school is an exciting event. Yet, for most students, the excitement is short-lived as it is immediately followed by a stressful and intense period of bar exam preparation. It is not unusual for graduates to feel overwhelmed and have questions about how to best prepare.
For example: How many hours should I study each day? Is there a way to balance studying with work/family obligations? What can I do to manage stress and anxiety?
This national Twitter chat aims to provide a broad network of support for law school graduates who are preparing for the July 2018 (or future) bar exam by answering common questions about bar exam preparation.
From 8:30 to 9:30 p.m. on July 5, @ABAlsd will be discussing bar exam preparation on Twitter with special guests:
Renee Nicole Allen @profallentweets
Professor Allen is the Director of Academic Success at the University of Tennessee College of Law where she teaches Bar Examination: Law, Skills & Strategies. She’s passionate about legal education, Millennial students and Xennial law profs.
Katherine Silver Kelly (@ksilverkelly)
Professor Kelly is an associate clinical professor at THE Ohio State University, Moritz College of Law where she teaches legal writing, is the director of the Academic Support Program, founder of the almost-famous The Bar Exam Wizard blog, and reigning champion of “Moritz Madness.”