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Pieper Bar Review : 1st Year Law Students

The first year of law school is tough, and Pieper is here to help.  When you sign up for Pieper as a 1L and make a $150 deposit, you receive:
    Emanuel Outlines:  Seven Volume Set of Emanuel First Year Outlines: a $200 value!

      Seven Volume Set of Emanuel First Year Outlines 

    Help on the Tough Subjects: Access to mini-review videos on some of the tougher concepts in each of your first year classes: Contracts, Torts, Real Property, Civil Procedure, and Crim Law. 

    • Locked-in Price: You'll pay Pieper's current 2014 course price - avoid all price increases over the next 3 years.
    • Free MPRE Review:  Pieper Bar Review's Free MPRE Course whenever you decide to take the MPRE.
    • Legal Updates:  A Free subscription to our Monthly New York Appellate Alert to keep you abreast of important bar exam related decisions.
    • Attorney Hotline:  Access to our attorneys to help with your final exam questions.
So, for $150 now, you will get a $200 gift and a $3,695 locked in tuition balance of $3,545 not due until the year you graduate (by April 1 for the July bar or December 1 for the February bar).  You can't lose!

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New York
NYS Board of Law Examiners
Corporate Plaza, Building 3 
254 Washington Avenue Ext.
Albany, NY 12203-5195
(518) 453-5990
(800) 342-3335 (NY Only)
www.nybarexam.org
New Jersey
NJ Board of Bar Examiners
P.O. Box 973
Trenton, NJ 08625-0973
(609) 984-2111
www.njbarexams.org

Massachusetts
Suffolk County Courthouse
3 Pemberton Square
Room 707
Boston, MA  02108
(617) 482-4466
www.mass.gov/bbe


Note: Since you are investing an enormous amount of time and effort to prepare for the New York State Bar Examination, we encourage you to consider maximizing your return by sitting for a second state's bar examination.  Please peruse the above websites to learn more about the local bar examinations given in neighboring states on the Thursday, immediately following the New York and Multistate exams given on the last Tuesday and Wednesday of February and July, respectively.  By following the procedures outlined therein, you can in just three days take two bars and become admitted to practice in two states. 
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