The July 9th Bridge the Gap CLE Lecture has been moved to: Radisson Martinique 49 W 32nd St 8:45am – 5:15pm If you have any questions, please call (212) 249-3379 or email email@example.com
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The push to have the Uniform Bar Exam (UBE) replace each state’s own individual version of the test is gaining momentum, and fast. On February 8th, the American Bar Association’s House of Delegates adopted a resolution endorsing the adoption of the UBE in all states. The UBE enables test takers to “port” their scores to […]
Tune into Law You Should Know hosted by Kenneth Landau, Esq. on February 22, 2016 at 4:00 pm to hear Professor Marino and Michael Marino discuss the changes being made to the New York Bar Exam. More information can be found here.
Register here to take care of all your 24 mandatory CLE credits this Saturday, December 5 at John Jay College in New York City – you get a day full of our informative live lectures worth 12 credits, plus a FREE 12 credit online bundle. GREAT NEWS: Our Cyber Monday sale has been extended, so […]
To help you stay in compliance, the Marino Institute for Continuing Legal Education (CLE) is offering two 12 credit live lectures that come with a FREE 12 credit online bundle to help satisfy all 24 CLE credits New Jersey attorneys need. To learn more about our programs, click below: December 5 CLE lecture in […]
The privileged do not look at tutoring as remedial. They see it as part of their general education. To get a leg up on their competition, they get tutored. If you have ever attended a private school, you know what I am talking about. Whether you have some issues that need fixing or just want […]
The upcoming February bar exam will be the last New York Bar Exam in its current format. Starting July 2016, the New York Bar Exam will no longer test New York law. New York has adopted the Uniform Bar Exam (UBE) and if you do not pass in February, you will be taking and studying for […]
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Read the Full Article on our channel on Above the Law. I have been preparing students for the bar exam since 1975. My Marino Bar Course had a 94% pass rate on the July 2015 bar exam. The reason my students are successful is because I train them to pass the bar exam, not […]
Join Professor Joseph Marino this Friday on Reddit for another one of his AMAs. Ask him anything about the bar exam, how to succeed in law school, what to do if you fail the bar exam, what your CLE requirements are, or what his favorite color is! We will post the link to the […]
There are still limited seats left for this weekend’s Bridge the Gap CLE lectures at John Jay College in NYC. Each day counts for 8 credits of New York and New Jersey CLE. New York attorneys can take the entire weekend to earn the entire annual CLE requirement, while New Jersey attorneys can earn all […]
With the New York 2015 July Bar Exam results being released this week, New York is welcoming thousands of new attorneys to the profession. While the bar exam marks the end of your law school experience, learning never stops for attorneys. Continuing Legal Education (CLE) is mandatory for all New York attorneys. Newly admitted New […]
Watch out Lexis and West Law! According to the New York Times, Harvard is creating a free, online library of American case law. “Improving access to justice is a priority,” said Martha Minow, dean of Harvard Law School, explaining why Harvard has embarked on the project. “We feel an obligation and an opportunity here to […]
I should have studied harder. I did not know enough law. Maybe I am not cut out to be a lawyer? Friends that spent less time studying than me passed. How is that possible? What’s wrong with me? These are but a few of the comments I have heard over the last 40 years preparing […]
The New York Bar Exam Results for the July 2015 bar exam were just released! If you took the New York Bar Exam in July, you can now find out if passed. You should have received an email overnight with the verdict, but you can also find out if you were successful by going here and […]
HOSTED BY ATL+ WOLTERS KLUWER with CLE CREDIT BY MICLE Join Above the Law and Wolters Kluwer for a discussion about the new SEC clawback rule. Distinguished panelists include: Ralph Ferrara Securities Litigator Former SEC General Counsel Proskauer Rose LLP Wednesday, November 11, 2015 6:30pm Financial District, NYC (address provided in confirmation) Free CLE credit provided by Marino Legal Academy. […]
Attention New Jersey attorneys born between January 1 and June 30th: Your New Jersey CLE deadline is December 31st, 2015. Before the end of the year, you must complete 24 CLE credits with 12 of those credits having to be completed through a live lecture. And if you were admitted in 2014, 15 of those […]
It’s 12:01 a.m. Your phone pings as an email arrives from the Board of Law Examiners. The bar exam results are here. You nervously open the email and quickly scan through until you see, “We regret to inform you …” Why bother reading any further, you know what it says. A rush of emotions pour […]
Early results show the bar exam passage rate has dropped again in many states. Law schools are blaming the students, but who is really at fault? Have the law schools let their students down and are now blaming them? The average score on the MBE portion of the July 2015 test fell 1.6 points from 2014, reaching its lowest […]
New York State’s CLE Board has recently made several changes that lawyers admitted in the state should be know about their CLE rules. The following changes will take effect on January 1, 2016: For newly admitted attorneys: -The Law Practice Management and Areas of Professional Practice credit may now be completed in any approved format, […]
One of the more annoying discoveries a fresh law graduate makes (other than the reality of the legal job market) is that they now have to take even more schooling each year in the form of continuing legal education (“CLE”). In most jurisdictions, once admitted to the bar, lawyers need to complete a minimum number […]