Professor Todd Brower, a Stanford graduate, is a tenured professor at Western State University College of Law who teaches Real Property for the Fleming's Bar Review.
Fleming's Short Term Bar Review is a seven-week bar exam review course, meeting on weekends and Monday and Tuesday evenings, for those of you who want a concentrated course over a short period of time. Bar review materials now includes Emanuel's Bootcamp for the MBE.
WHY YOU NEED FLEMING'S SHORT TERM BAR EXAM REVIEW COURSE
As with all other Fleming’s reviews, the Short Term Bar Review prepares you for all three formats tested on the CA Bar Exam. You not only receive substantive law instruction in all bar exam subjects, you also receive the exam methods and strategies to pass the essay, multi-state MBE, and the Performance section on the bar exam. Emanuel's Bootcamp for the MBE is included.
You are given regular weekly in-class and out-of-class writing assignments that you submit to the Fleming’s staff of attorney readers for personal audio CD feedback.
All submitted writing assignments are returned to you within a week of submission when submitted in-class, or within a week of the following Monday after submisson.
As stated above, Fleming’s understands that the pressure of bar preparation can create immense stress for any law student. For that reason, in addition to the standard bar review materials, the Fleming’s Short Term Bar Review includes presentations by Ben Moss, a noted hypnotherapist.
Fleming's Short Term Bar Review for the July, 2018 Bar Exam begins on May 16, 2018. Course ends on July 10, 2018.
Fleming's Short Term Bar Review is also offered online for those who cannot attend the live course. Click on this Online Homestudy Bar Review link for more information.
Course Presented By
Professor Jeff A. Fleming, a licensed CA attorney specializing in criminal law, founded Fleming’s Fundamentals of Law in 1982. He has served as an adjunct law professor for eighteen years and remains the principle lecturer for most Fleming’s reviews and workshops.
Professor Glenn Koppel, a Harvard Law School graduate, is a tenured professor at the Western State University College of Law who teaches Civil Procedure and Evidence for Fleming's Bar Review.
Professor Philip Merkel, a University of Illinois Law School graduate, is a tenured professor at Western State University College of Law who teaches Remedies for the Fleming's Bar Review.
Attorney Susan P. Sneidmiller, a Fleming’s co-founder and chief instructor for the Fleming's Performance Workshop, is a practicing attorney specializing in personal injury. Ms. Sneidmiller is a member of the exclusive million-dollar advocates forum and a former Special Deputy Trial Counsel with the CA State Bar.