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WELCOME to the top 1-on-1 tutoring program for the California Bar Examination!  Let's generate some points!

Are you a:

* First-time Bar Taker?
* Repeater?
* Law firm associate?
* Law firm partner?
* Foreign attorney?
* Student with a learning disability?
* Law student in the bottom 1/2 of the class?  Bottom 1/4?  On probation?
* Law student taking the Baby Bar?
* Someone who hasn't taken a bar exam in 2 years?  5 years?  10 years?  20 years?
* Student who has 10 points to go to pass the Bar?  50?  100?  200?  300?

If you fall into any of these categories, FANTASTIC!  I've helped someone like you pass the Cal Bar or the Baby Bar Exam!

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  • Hello World

    May
    05

    This is a first post from Steve's brand new website. Steve hopes this new site will allow him to reach out to law students and bar students in a whole new way. If you're a fan of social media, don't forget to follow CalWeasel on Twitter and Facebook!

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  • Spencer Short, Esq.

    "I would encourage both law students as well as Bar
    Examinees to purchase Winnin' Time! because it provides
    the black letter law that is needed to do well in both law
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    Bar and the Calweasel Point Generator System helped me
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    earlier!" - Spencer Short, Esq. (Mayor of Lincoln, CA),
    passed the February 2009 Cal Bar Exam

  • Joshua Lebovits

    "I thought you would find it interesting to hear that on my last day
    at my small firm internship, after turning in my last memo, my
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    looked back at my third memo to make sure I wasn't deviating too
    much from the format you taught us. Those principles work

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