Academic Achievement & Bar Preparation Program
UIC John Marshall's Academic Achievement Program is designed to provide assistance to all students at crucial points in their law school careers. The Academic Achievement Program provides resources and advice as the situation warrants, with its primary efforts being directed toward three key phases of the law school experience:
- The transition from undergraduate school or the workplace to the rigors of law school;
- The many challenging experiences students encounter during their years of law school; and
- The transition from law school to the workplace through the experience of taking the bar examination.
Academic Achievement helps students prepare for law school classes, exams, planning their course schedules, and preparing for the Bar Exam and the Multistate Professional Responsibility Exam.
Note: Each state has their own rules and requirements to sit for the bar exam. Students should review the rules and requirements for all states in which they intend to practice.
Academic Achievement Programs
Achievement Achievement Programs
- Assistance with Course Schedules
- Individual Evaluation of Study Habits & Implementation of Improved Study Techniques