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CUA Law Community Supports Recent Graduates
with Bar Prep and Bar Exam Lunches

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This summer recent CUA Law graduates had the opportunity to attend a Summer Bar Prep Program on campus hosted by the Office of Academic Affairs. Twice a week from mid-May through mid-July, graduates sitting for the bar were invited to attend a free catered lunch at the law school and receive bar exam essay questions, which they submitted for quick and constructive feedback.

In addition, once a week students were also given the opportunity to complete a practice quiz in a particular subject area tested on the bar exam and then attend a review session where a faculty member extensively reviewed each question. All of this is designed to ensure that students are prepared to take and pass the bar exam.

“Our commitment to our students does not end at Commencement. As a supplement to the commercial bar prep programs, and thanks to the outstanding support from over 45 alumni each year, we provide all of our students the opportunity to work one-on-one with a CUA alumnus during the summer leading up to the bar exam,” Director for Academic Affairs Bryan McDermott said.

CUA Law's Office of Development and Alumni Relations hosted lunches for students taking the bar in D.C., Baltimore, and Virginia.

Alumni or recent graduates interested in more information about Bar Prep Programs can contact Bryan McDermott at with any questions.