Lunch & Learn: Passing the Bar
Lunch and Learn Series Launches to Help Students Prepare for Multistate Bar
Faculty on Widener Law’s Delaware campus will present 4 "Lunch and Learn" sessions for graduating Widener Law School students this Spring 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’ve created this program – 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 new "Bar pass culture,” offering a constant reminder of the importance of passing the Bar, and a commitment of resources to facilitate that.

The professors are committed to offering as interesting complement to ELC and the traditional bar review courses. Pizza will be provided. Students who cannot attend will be able to view videos of the sessions online.

The dates, topics, and instructors for each of the four sessions are as follows:
  • "Lunch & Learn -- Epstein on Evidence"
  •  "Lunch & Learn – Turezyn on Torts"
  •  "Lunch & Learn -- Johnson on Property & Contracts"
  •  "Lunch & Learn -- Hayman on Con Law"