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In the old days, the only way to prepare for the Multistate Professional Responsibility Exam (MPRE) was to travel to a crowded classroom to watch videotaped lectures on someone else's schedule. Now there s a better way . . .
Study for the MPRE in the comfort of your own living room with the Supreme Bar Review MPRE Review (Book & DVD Video).
This revised edition is new and improved. Both the printed materials and the DVD video lecture have been fully updated for the current MPRE exam.
This comprehensive DVD Video MPRE Review puts you in control, with the ability to view and review the MPRE lecture at your convenience. The DVD video features a menu-driven system which corresponds with the headings in the printed outline to allow instant access to any part of the lecture, for easier review.
-- DVD video MPRE lecture (4 hours, 43 minutes);
-- Complete MPRE subject outline;
-- 150 actual questions from past MPRE exams with explanatory answer key;
-- All recent exam changes in effect for the current MPRE Exam!
DVD Requirements: DVD player or Mac or PC with DVD movie capabilities.
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Associate Professor of Law
Cleveland-Marshall College of Law
A.B., Williams College
LL.B., Harvard Law School
Professor Lazarus worked with The Legal Aid Society and the Legal Services Corporation in New York and Washington, D.C., and taught at Antioch School of Law before joining the Cleveland-Marshall Law faculty, where he teaches a wide range of subjects. He is also a lecturer for the Supreme Bar Review course.Review:
Supreme Bar Review's MPRE course is amazing. I took one of my school's ethics classes to fulfill the professional responsibility requirement & prepare for the MPRE. Unfortunately, I didn't learn much, so I was vary wary about taking the MPRE. Fortunately, Supreme's course taught me everything I needed to know & then some - I scored 30 pts above the minimum pass score for my jurisdiction.
Professor Lazarus does a great job of explaining the course's rather thorough outline, & does an even better job of showing how to deal with the exam's tougher questions. He is serious, but has a wry sense of humor, & a presence that is both authoritative & comforting.
The course also comes with many practice questions & well written answers for each. One of the best things about the course is that unlike in a crowded lecture, you can stop it when you come to a difficult pt, rewind it, & watch it as many times as you want! I highly recommend this course! - I would take this over Barbi anyday!(its alot less expensive than a Barbri course too!) --Constantine Paleologus
I scored 20+ points more than I needed to pass the exam. Your materials provided concise, relevant information with interesting previous test questions. Your materials, utilized the night before the exam, were the only study aids I employed. I have been a practicing attorney for 11 years and did not otherwise take a class in professional responsibility. Nice work. --Philip R. Sheldon, Esq., Tarzana, CA
The MPRE Review course was the only study material I used to pass the MPRE. As long as the material is faithfully studied, a student should be able to pass the exam. The video and accompanying study materials are effectively organized and provide all that is necessary to pass the exam. --David Pascale, Troy, NY
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Book Description Supreme Bar Review, 2007. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0975496913