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Bar Exam Resources

The Georgetown Law Library has a collection of resources on the bar exam and best practices for preparing for the bar exam.


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Bar Exams and COVID-19

For the latest status of 2020 bar exams, please visit the homepage of the Board of Examiners for the state in which you intend to take the bar.


For six-months after graduation, alumni have free access to CALI tutorials. Written by legal scholars, the interactive tools help reinforce legal doctrine that will be tested on bar exams. Get a registration code by picking up a CALI card from the display in the Reading Room, or by asking at the Reference Desk either in-person or via chat or email.

Library Resources


For more resources, search for the following Subject headings within the Law Library catalog:


Citations to over 100 law review articles are available in the Legal Periodicals & Books database by conducting a Subject Search for "Bar Examinations". Some of the articles which may be of interest include:

Studying for the Bar at Another Library

Recent graduates interested in accessing another academic law library for bar study should check that library's website, or call, for its access policies & services (e.g., guest wifi). If you need assistance, please contact the Reference Desk.

Williams Library Reference

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Reference Desk:
Atrium, 2nd (Main) Floor
(202) 662-9140

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Update History

Updated 5/2015 (MK)
2/2020 (ET)
4/2020 (ET)