I know this must be asked before, but the information I'm gathering online are much of scrappy and confused, so I need a precise answer.
I'm a young Italian Law graduate and I'm interested in sitting the Bar Exam as I would like to work with American Law firms.
Before saying the same things, let me explain you my situation: during my 5 years of study, I choose a peculiar and detailed program in my university course, which was mostly focused on the Anglo-American Common Law, doing seminars and specific lectures for that.
Despite my University provided to their best students the opportunity to attend a semester at the Columbia University of New York, I wasn't able to take part of it as the places were very limited and the course was really expensive. And so was the same for the LLM as well.
I would ask if there's any chance to sit the Bar Exam in a State which is allowing Foreign Law graduates to do so, ONLY being in possess of my Law degree (No Kansas University, I already do know how it works, please avoid such an answer), studying and preparing at my best for that.
My degree consists of 270 ECTS credits.
[Edited by The_Outsourcer on Feb 29, 2020]