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Victor Twu - WINNIN' TIME!

WINNIN' TIME! single handedly helped me ace my Torts exam.  My torts course was a slog through a mess of confusing hypos and examples that never really taught us what we were supposed to take away or learn.  With the information contained within WINNIN'

Victor Twu, Hastings transfer to Boalt Hall

Professor Harris has been a wonderful teacher and his instruction has been an integral part to my success.  I entered my first year at UC Hastings not knowing a thing about how to approach law school or exams.  Yet with Professor Harris’s simple yet effective techniques, I managed to place in the top 6% of my class after the first year and will now be transferring to Boalt Hall.   Two simpl

Ria Mae Pascual - law student transfer from Hastings to UCLA

Steven Harris taught the legal writing and research component during my 1L year at UC Hastings College of the Law. Regardless of prior academic success and experience in the legal field, the transition to law school is a skill and learned practice in itself. Professor Harris has a systematic approach to conquering the challenges of law school, which must work because several of the students from my section ranked in the top of our class.

Rachel Koch, Esq. - The Trigger List

This compilation of past essay questions and key words was so incredibly lifesaving.  During my bar exam there was a Professional Responsibility question that was quite out of the ordinary. Four people in my row agreed they "didn't know what that was about" and "just didn't answer it". 

Rachel Koch, Esq. - WINNIN' TIME!

I lived and breathed this book. I recall my initial attempt to pass the bar involved countless hours of outlining, highlighting, and arranging. Steve's WINNIN' TIME! did all that for me AND was so to the point and direct that it was so easy to capture and remember everything with no exasperation whatsoever. 

Rachel Koch, Esq.

It was my second time taking the bar and I had been a world away from any type of studying activities whatsoever.  Failing the first time was quite the humbling experience.  I knew I had to take it again and I knew I had to find someone who knew how to help me reach my goals.

Neal Jagtap, Esq.

I found Steven Harris' tutoring program and the WINNIN' TIME! study aid to be perfect for passing the California Bar Exam while minimizing the time required to study.  I had recently unsuccessfully tried to pass the exam and had no time off from work to study for my second try.  I also had a young family with little time to spare.  The study aid was succinct and perfect for helping me remember exactly what I needed to know, and the one-on-one attention helped me fine-tune my exam writing skills, both for the essays and for the performance tests.  By the time I took the bar exam I was



From the official press release at

SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 21, 2014 6 p.m. – The State Bar of California's Committee of Bar Examiners reported today that 48.6 percent of the applicants passed the July 2014 General Bar Examination (GBX). If the 4,135 people who passed the July 2014 exam satisfy other requirements for admission, they will become members of the State Bar.

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Good luck to all July 2014 Cal Bar Exam Applicants!


The wait is over!  Very soon the results will be posted for the July 2014 Cal Bar Exam.

If you took the exam, I hope that you get good news tonight!

If you receive good news tonight, congratulations on a job well done!  Celebrate responsibly and have a great time!  No felonies, please.  And please be safe.  What's the point of passing the Cal Bar if you can't be around to get sworn in and get your ticket! 

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UPLOAD FIRST, DRINK LATER!!!!! And while you're at it, video your upload!


As per the Cal Bar web site:

ALL four (4) exam files that contain your answers MUST be uploaded no later than 12:00
p.m. (Pacific Time), Friday, August 1, 2014. If you fail to upload your answer files by the
published deadline, a deduction of ten scaled points will be taken from your total written
scaled score. If you fail to upload your answer files within two (2) weeks of the published
deadline, you will be given a grade of zero (0) for each answer not uploaded timely.

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