Admission to Oath
Barry University School of Law offers an innovative and unique Admission to Oath (A2O) program that is part of the supportive, caring environment at Barry Law. A2O gives Barry Law students an edge from the time they are admitted to law school until they take the oath to become attorneys.
Workshops: Before courses begin first year students are introduced to the program through sessions presented by Barry Law professors and staff.
- The Nuts and Bolts of Law School: Reading & Briefing Cases
- How to Succeed in Law School: Outlining, Time Management, & Study Groups
- Cracking the Code: Multiple Choice Exams
- Writing a Law School Essay
- Introductory Series
- Discovering A Student's Style of Learning
- The Law Library
Bar Application Fellow:
A Bar Application Fellow supports the students during their bar applications. The Fellow will hold workshops about the application process and will meet individually to address student questions during each step.
Bar Preparation: During the final semester of law school, students take four (4) credits of required courses where they learn the skills needed to pass the bar exam. Barry Law also provides access to faculty and staff to assist and coach graduates as they prepare to take the exam.
The Admission to Oath program is part of Barry Law’s commitment to providing students the skills to succeed at Barry Law and practice law with the tools to make the most of those skills.