Faculty on Widener Law’s Delaware campus will present four Lunch & Learn sessions for Widener Law School students this year to help them prepare for the Multistate Bar Exam. Each session will be held in the Ruby R. Vale Moot Courtroom from 12:15-1:30.
“We are dedicated to helping our students succeed at every point in their careers. That’s why we created this program last year – to assist them in their preparations for the bar exam,” says Associate Professor Jules Epstein
The sessions will focus on areas of the law that feature prominently on the Multistate Bar Exam, with special emphasis on topics in that subject that have shown up repeatedly on that test and thus are likely to be tested again. These sessions are part of the law school’s “Bar pass culture,” offering a constant reminder of the importance of the shared commitment of faculty and students to prepare for passing the Bar.
- Epstein on Evidence – Tuesday, November 8th at 12:15 p.m. – Ruby R. Vale Moot Courtroom.
- Hayman on Con Law – Tuesday, November 15th at 12:15 p.m. – Ruby R. Vale Moot Courtroom.
The Lunch & Learn series will continue in the spring, with Professor Kathleen Turezyn
discussing Torts and Professor Leslie Johnson
reviewing concepts from Property and Contract law that are frequently tested on the Bar.