Loyola Law School Launches New Bar Track for LL.M.

Los Angeles-based law school is making it easier for LL.M. students to pass the California and New York Bar Exams

Los Angeles-based Loyola Law School is adding a new track to its LL.M., designed to streamline international students towards the California and New York Bar Exams.

The new Bar Track, beginning next semester, will help international students prepare to sit the bar exam, which allows them to practice law in the US. Usually this would mean having to undertake a separate course, following the LL.M. program.

The new track has three main parts: an intensive workshop weekend in the fall and an Essentials of Bar Writing course, plus students will be given additional exclusive bar resources in the lead-up to the exams in July.

Some students will also be offered one-on-one tutoring, where necessary.

For more information, see the Loyola Law School website.


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