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Texas Bar Exam Resources


The Texas Bar exam will take place on the 29th-31st of July, here is a list of some of the  resources available at the library to help you prepare for success.  Also remember that the Board of Law Examiners website has all the past exams (excluding the MBE) from February 2000 through February 2014 available to download. In addition, sample answers from questions from 2009-2014 are also available through the BLE website.

  • Sara J. Berman, Pass the Bar Exam : A Practical Guide to Achieving Academic & Professional Goals (KF 303.B45 2013).
  • Steven I. Friedland, The Essential Rules for Bar Exam Success (KF 303.F75 2008).
Best of luck to all of our graduates!


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