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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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. Recent graduates may contact the Reference Desk about accessing CALI. Current students who are interested in using CALI and need a registration code should go to CALI Lessons for Students.

Library Resources


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


Citations to law review articles are available in the Legal Periodicals & Books database by conducting a Subject Search for "Bar Examinations." Some articles that 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 Reference Services.

Williams Library Reference

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

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Update History

03/2024 (et)
05/2023 (et)
05/2022 (et)