Graduating Students/Bar Exam


The Academic Success Program provides a series of pre-bar exam lectures to assist in preparing to take the bar, as well as opportunities for thoughtful feedback and individualized assistance in bar preparation.


Free Bar Examination Workshops

This Spring, Boyd School of Law will be providing a series of Bar Examination Workshops free of charge for all graduating students and alumni.  These sessions, some of which will be taught by BAR/BRI and some of which the Academic Success Program will teach, are part of an integrated program to best prepare you for the bar exam. Students agree!

 I really could not have passed without [the program]. The bar exam was such a psychological test for me and [the program] really helped boost my confidence.

Your class was great and I know I wouldn't have been prepared without it.

I managed to pass the bar exam! I wanted to thank you for all of your help in the spring bar class and in your individual sessions. There is no doubt I really benefited greatly from [the program].

I want to thank you very much for your wonderful tutelage and encouragement for this past bar exam. [The program] had a great deal to do with me passing the bar.

Thank you so much for all of your help and support. Your classes were a key part of my preparation.

Early bar preparation increases your chances of passing the bar. Students who attended Early Bar Prep Workshops and met with the Academic Success Program passed at 77% higher than students who did not attend. Whether you are planning to take the Nevada Bar or another state’s bar, please consider taking advantage of the Bar Workshops being offered.

Further information will be forthcoming.


Individualized Tutoring 

Throughout the Spring and Summer semester, the Academic Success Program will provide individualized and small group tutoring for the bar exam.  Attendance at the Bar Workshops is a mandatory prerequisite to individualized tutoring.  If you are interested in individualized tutoring with the Academic Success Program, please contact Kelly Boan at 702-895-0490 or via email at to schedule a meeting with Professor Jennifer Carr.