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There is a 3L Bar Information Meeting in the fall of each academic year.
Applying to the Utah Bar
Upcoming MPRE Dates & Deadlines
|Test: Saturday, March 23, 2019|
|Registration deadline: Jan. 24, 2019
Late registration deadline: Jan 31, 2019
|Test: Saturday, August 10, 2019|
|Registration deadline: June 13, 2019
Late registration deadline: June 20, 2019
|Test: Saturday, November 9, 2019|
|Registration deadline: Sept. 19, 2019
Late registration deadline: Sept. 26, 2019
Register at ncbex.org
Applying for an accommodation: If you have a documented disability and wish to take the bar, in any state, reasonable test accommodations may be available. To qualify under the Americans with Disabilities Act you must provide evidence that you have an impairment and demonstrate the functional limitation resulting from your impairment that impacts your ability to take the bar. In many states, several additional forms must be filled out in order for an accommodation to be granted. If you are seeking an accommodation, plan to register early for the Bar Exam. In most states your accommodation request materials are submitted with your registration materials by the normal deadlines—but your application may take significantly longer to complete with these additional forms.
Commercial Bar Prep Courses: BYU Law school strongly encourages students to take and complete a reputable commercial bar preparation course in the months leading up to the bar exam. Several options are available and several companies have a presence on campus. Please see Dean Wendy Archibald for more information about available courses.
Woolley Loan Information: Woolley Loan monies have been made available to law students to aid in paying for the costs of the bar exam and commercial bar preparation courses. These loans should be requested as you enter your 3L year. Please contact Steve Hamberger at firstname.lastname@example.org with further questions.
Notary at Law School Information: Almost all bar applications require at least one signature to be notarized. The law school has two licensed notaries that you may use for this purpose: Dianne Davenport (256B JRCB) and Melanie Coleman (294 JRCB).
Bar course at BYU Law:
Business Associations (Law 610)
Civil Procedure (Law 515)
Conflict of Laws (Law 619)
Contracts (Law 510)
Criminal Law (Law 525)
Evidence (Law 625)
Family Law (Law 632)
The First Amendment (Law 626)
The Fourteenth Amendment (Law 621)
Property (Law 520)
Real Estate Finance (Law 650)
Torts (Law 505)
Trusts (Law 683)
Secured Transactions (Law 615)
Structures of the Constitution (Law 530)
Wills and Estates (Law 666)
Please contact Ben Cook at email@example.com with bar-related questions.