Saturday, December 20, 2014

The February 2015 Bar Exam: Obtaining a Bar Professors’ Bar Exam Tutor

Sign up for our Small Group One Day Workshop/Seminar for Federal Civil Procedure in Miami and in Naples, Florida at www.barprofessors.com.

For the applicants who were unsuccessful, Bar Professors is presently offering early bird discounts and partial scholarships for the bar exam private bar tutorials. Don’t try the same method that allowed you to be unsuccessful on your previous attempt.
Do not repeat the same class, study plan or approach you used the last time. One size does not fit all. Say to yourself, “I will be
a lawyer.”

You want to get the bar exam behind you and start your new life as a lawyer. Don’t dither or waste time with the “what ifs”. Stay focused and true to your goal to pass.

Obtaining a Bar Professors’ bar exam tutor will help you pass. Many students who are repeat bar takers need a bar exam coach to help them improve their writing and analytical skills so they can properly navigate through the bar exam. Remember, the bar exam is unique and more difficult to pass than in other bar cycle. This structured, personalized program is the key to passing the bar for repeat takers.

Above all, never give up.

Contact us at http://barprofessors.com for more information.

Bar Professors provide private bar exam tutors for repeat takers who have difficulty with the MBE, MEE, UBE, Florida, California, and New York bar exams. You can find us at http://barprofessors.com, like us on facebook at BarProfessors, follow us on twitter @BarProfessors or email us at pass@barprofessors.com.

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Thursday, December 18, 2014

The February 2015 Bar Exam: Sign Up for The Federal Civil Procedure One Day Workshop

Sign up for our Small Group One Day Workshop/Seminar for Federal Civil Procedure in Miami and in Naples, Florida at www.barprofessors.com.

Federal Civil Procedure will be tested for the first time on the MBE in February, 2015. There will be 27 MBE questions tested in Federal Civil Procedure.

In light of this new subject, Bar Professors will be holding a one day MBE Civil Procedure seminar in Miami and Naples in January 2015.

This one day intensive seminar is for first time bar takers, repeat bar takers, foreign educated lawyers and any person looking to add to their Civil Procedure knowledge.

The seminar will be conducted by multiple law professors who are experts in teaching the MBE and are experienced litigators. The seminar will cover and include:

Special attention will be given to Federal Civil Procedure in the following areas:

• Detailed Outline Addressing Tested Areas as Stated by the National Conference of Bar Examiners (NCBE)
• Federal Civil Procedure MBE Questions
• What to Look for in Federal Civil Procedure Questions

Bar Professors will be holding its one day MBE Seminar in Naples, Florida and Miami, Florida. Bar Professors only accepts a limited amount of students for each seminar to ensure a maximum learning environment. Sign up now to express your interest and reserve your seat.

For more information on the specific times and dates, please go to the Contact page and fill it out. In the comment box, state the seminar and month. Early registration is encouraged because spaces are very limited.

Contact us at http://barprofessors.com for more information.

Bar Professors provide private bar exam tutors for repeat takers who have difficulty with the MBE, MEE, UBE, Florida, California, and New York bar exams. You can find us at http://barprofessors.com, like us on facebook at BarProfessors, follow us on twitter @BarProfessors or email us at pass@barprofessors.com.

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Wednesday, December 17, 2014

The February 2015 Bar Exam: Federal Civil Procedure Question Analysis

Sign up for our Small Group One Day Workshop/Seminar for Federal Civil Procedure in Miami and in Naples, Florida at www.barprofessors.com.

Bar Professors has discussed Federal Civil Procedure with many students and we have decided to do something new. We are going to post some Federal Civil Procedure questions here, a few times a week, on this blog. Once you have digested the question, please go to our facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/BarProfessors, and find the answer explanation. Here is the next question:

Steven, a Nevada citizen, sues Corporation, incorporated in Delaware with its principle place of business in Nevada, under the Federal Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA). He sues in federal court, Steven claims that Corporation fired him because of his age, replacing him with a younger employee. Steven also asserts a second claim in his complaint, alleging that firing him constituted a breach of his contract of employment. He asserts a third claim in the complaint, alleging that, a year before he was fired, Corporation had misappropriated a design he created. Steven claimed he had invented the design on his own, not in the course of his employment, so that Corporation had no right to exploit the idea without his consent. The federal court has subject matter jurisdiction:

A. Over all of Steven’s claims
B. Over none of these claims, because the parties are both from Nevada
C. Over the ADEA claim only
D. Over the first two claims, but not the third.

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Bar Professors provide private bar exam tutors for repeat takers who have difficulty with the MBE, MEE, UBE, Florida, California, and New York bar exams. You can find us at http://barprofessors.com, like us on facebook at BarProfessors, follow us on twitter @BarProfessors or email us at pass@barprofessors.com.

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Saturday, December 13, 2014

The February 2015 Bar Exam: Federal Civil Procedure Question Analysis

Sign up for our Small Group One Day Workshop/Seminar for Federal Civil Procedure in Miami and in Naples, Florida at www.barprofessors.com.

Bar Professors has discussed Federal Civil Procedure with many students and we have decided to do something new. We are going to post some Federal Civil Procedure questions here, a few times a week, on this blog. Once you have digested the question, please go to our facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/BarProfessors, and find the answer explanation. Here is the next question:

Plaintiff, a citizen of New York, filed suit against Defendant, in a New York state court, alleging a claim based upon a federal statute. Defendant, also a citizen of New York, filed a petition for removal to the federal court which encompasses the judicial district in which the state court is located. Should the action be removed?

A. No, because the action could not have originally been brought in the U.S. District Court to which removal has been requested.
B. Yes, because Plaintiff’s action arises under a U.S. statute.
C. Yes, because state courts, even those of general jurisdiction, do not have subject matter jurisdiction over federal claims.
D. No, because Defendant is a citizen of New York.


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Bar Professors provide private bar exam tutors for repeat takers who have difficulty with the MBE, MEE, UBE, Florida, California, and New York bar exams. You can find us at http://barprofessors.com, like us on facebook at BarProfessors, follow us on twitter @BarProfessors or email us at pass@barprofessors.com.

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Thursday, December 11, 2014

The February 2015 Bar Exam: Federal Civil Procedure Questions Analysis

Sign up for our Small Group One Day Workshop/Seminar for Federal Civil Procedure in Miami and in Naples, Florida at www.barprofessors.com.

Bar Professors has discussed Federal Civil Procedure with many students and we have decided to do something new. We are going to post some Federal Civil Procedure questions here, a few times a week, on this blog. Once you have digested the question, please go to our facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/BarProfessors, and find the answer explanation. Here is the next question:

Plaintiff has filed a lawsuit against Defendant for negligence. After discovery, Defendant moves for summary judgment against Plaintiff, arguing that the facts discovered do not support negligence. In considering the summary judgment record, what standard should the court adopt in evaluating the materials offered?

A. The court should draw all reasonable inferences in favor of the party moving for summary judgment.
B. The court should draw all reasonable inferences in favor of the non-movant.
C. The court should weigh the evidence and decide whether there is a genuine issue of material fact.
D. The court should deny summary judgment if there is any doubt as to the facts.

Go to our facebook page for the answer, https://www.facebook.com/BarProfessors.

Contact us at http://barprofessors.com for more information.

Bar Professors provide private bar exam tutors for repeat takers who have difficulty with the MBE, MEE, UBE, Florida, California, and New York bar exams. You can find us at http://barprofessors.com, like us on facebook at BarProfessors, follow us on twitter @BarProfessors or email us at pass@barprofessors.com.

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Tuesday, December 9, 2014

The February 2015 Bar Exam: Sign Up for The Federal Civil Procedure One Day Workshop

Sign up for our Small Group One Day Workshop/Seminar for Federal Civil Procedure in Miami and in Naples, Florida at www.barprofessors.com.

Federal Civil Procedure will be tested for the first time on the MBE in February, 2015. There will be 27 MBE questions tested in Federal Civil Procedure.

In light of this new subject, Bar Professors will be holding a one day MBE Civil Procedure seminar in Miami and Naples in January 2015.

This one day intensive seminar is for first time bar takers, repeat bar takers, foreign educated lawyers and any person looking to add to their Civil Procedure knowledge.

The seminar will be conducted by multiple law professors who are experts in teaching the MBE and are experienced litigators. The seminar will cover and include:

Special attention will be given to Federal Civil Procedure in the following areas:

Detailed Outline Addressing Tested Areas as Stated by the National Conference of Bar Examiners (NCBE)
•Federal Civil Procedure MBE Questions
•What to Look for in Federal Civil Procedure Questions

Bar Professors will be holding its one day MBE Seminar in Naples, Florida and Miami, Florida. Bar Professors only accepts a limited amount of students for each seminar to ensure a maximum learning environment. Sign up now to express your interest and reserve your seat.

For more information on the specific times and dates, please go to the Contact page and fill it out. In the comment box, state the seminar and month. Early registration is encouraged because spaces are very limited.

Contact us at http://barprofessors.com for more information.

Bar Professors provide private bar exam tutors for repeat takers who have difficulty with the MBE, MEE, UBE, Florida, California, and New York bar exams. You can find us at http://barprofessors.com, like us on facebook at BarProfessors, follow us on twitter @BarProfessors or email us at pass@barprofessors.com.

We can help you succeed!

Monday, December 8, 2014

The February 2015 Bar Exam: Federal Civil Procedure Questions Analysis

Sign up for our Small Group One Day Workshop/Seminar for Federal Civil Procedure in Miami and in Naples, Florida at www.barprofessors.com.

Bar Professors has discussed Federal Civil Procedure with many students and we have decided to do something new. We are going to post some Federal Civil Procedure questions here, a few times a week, on this blog. Once you have digested the question, please go to our facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/BarProfessors, and find the answer explanation. Here is the next question:

Delivery’s truck driver, Matt, was killed when his vehicle collided with Sammy’s car. Sammy has filed a diversity action against Delivery in federal district court in New Mexico, seeking personal injury damages in the amount of $200,000. Sammy also joined Nexus Cars, the manufacturer of Sammy’s car, under a manufacturing defect theory, because Sammy’s brakes failed during the collision. Delivery’s truck was badly damaged in the accident, so Delivery filed a cross-claim against Nexus Cars. May Nexus Cars make a claim for contribution against Delivery in the same action?

A. No, contribution claims are premature until judgment in the underlying action. Thus, Nexus Cars cannot make a cross-claim against Delivery for contribution under Rule 13(g).
B. Yes, Delivery became an “opposing party” by claiming against Nexus Cars, making Nexus Cars’ contribution claims against Delivery a compulsory counterclaim.
C. Yes, Although Nexus Cars cannot make a counterclaim for contribution because its contribution claim is premature until judgment in the underlying action, Rule 13(g) expressly permits Nexus Cars to file a cross-claim against Delivery.
D. Yes, Nexus Cars can file a contribution claim against Delivery either as a counterclaim or a cross-claim because Nexus Cars’ contribution claim is mature.

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Bar Professors provide private bar exam tutors for repeat takers who have difficulty with the MBE, MEE, UBE, Florida, California, and New York bar exams. You can find us at http://barprofessors.com, like us on facebook at BarProfessors, follow us on twitter @BarProfessors or email us at pass@barprofessors.com.

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