Widener Delaware Bar ReviewThe Widener Delaware Bar Review Course is an independent commercial summer bar review course available to any applicant taking the Delaware bar examination. Using a uniquely designed three volume set of materials on Delaware state law as well as BarBri multi-state materials, the Widener Delaware Bar Review offers a comprehensive preparation course tailored specifically to the demands of applicants sitting for the Delaware bar examination.
Bar Preparation and Strategies (2 credits)This course is designed to jumpstart students’ preparation for taking the bar exam. The course includes the following: an initial diagnostic test to evaluate students’ strengths and the areas needing improvement; substantive review of four bar-tested subjects, practice multiple choice and essay questions that will be reviewed in class. Test-taking strategies will also be addressed. In addition to the practice questions, there will be a graded midterm and final that students must pass to pass the course.This course is not intended to replace the full commercial bar preparation course taken in the summer before the bar exam. Rather, it is meant to expose students to both materials and strategies that will be emphasized in the commercial summer course in order to maximize a first time taker’s potential for success on the bar exam.Financial Aid Information: Bar loans are available.Contact Information for Bar ProgramsBar Programs Director: Professor Micah J. YarbroughBar Programs Office/Office of Student AffairsPhone: (302) 477-2276Fax: (302) 477-2054
Contact Information for Bar Preparation and Strategies
Director: Professor Mary Ann Robinson
Phone: (302) 477-2098
Fundamentals of LawThis two-credit bar readiness course is offered in the spring semester to graduating students. The course, taught by Widener faculty, introduces students to the process of bar preparation and is designed to supplement traditional bar review courses. This skills-development course provides graduating students with an intensive substantive review of selected legal material routinely tested on the bar exam, and uses problems and exercises in a bar exam format to familiarize students with techniques for answering multiple choice (MBE) questions and analyzing, organizing and writing essay and performance (PT) questions.Fall Bar Readiness ProgramA non-credit bar readiness program is offered for mid-year graduates via TWEN (The West Education Network). The program is comprised of assignments designed to expose the graduating student to the bar review process, including reviewing substantive rules commonly tested on bar exams. The site makes available, for self-paced learning, Multistate style quizzes, bar exam essay questions and a performance test to familiarize students with the various formats of bar questions. The website also provides information on and links to numerous bar exams and bar preparation resources.Contact Information Office of the Vice DeanPhone: (717) 541-3902Bar Programs Director: Vice Dean Robyn Meadows