Law Scholarship

You are in law school and have worked hard to get there. Now, you must develop two essential skills to earn your way to success.


Fleming's puts you on the fast track to success with its substantive law reviews and outlines, workshops, and exam books that bridge the gap between your legal knowledge and your test-taking skill.

Fleming's Fundamentals of Law Scholarship

Fleming's Fundamentals of Law is offering a bar review scholarship for students who are currently attending law school and preparing to take the July 2017 bar exam. Our bar review is unique. Not only do we provide a full-service bar review that presents all of the substantive law tested on the bar exam, we also teach essay, Performance, and multiple choice exam skills. In addition, Fleming's is the only bar review provider that staffs attorney readers who, through personal feedback recorded on CD or Dropbox, evaluate your legal and analytical writing skills for every essay exam answer you submit. 

Please attach the following for the Fleming's Fundamentals of Law Scholarship 2017:

  • Copy of resume including current GPA;
  • 1,000 – word essay about your experience with the law and how you would like to make a difference in society with your law degree; and
  • Which law university you are currently attending.

The scholarship deadline is May 1, 2017. The winner of the Fleming's Fundamentals Scholarship will be announced on our website on June 1, 2017. The winning applicant will be awarded a free bar preparation course for the July 2017 Bar exam.

See what our past students have said about our bar preparation program

Hi Jeff: I took the bar and passed. In fact, it felt easy. I attribute that to better study habits, more practice writing, and of course, the Fleming's materials I used. I was a Fleming's customer during my time in law school, and I used your outlines and your study "at home" bar prep course.

Anyways, I just wanted to thank you for putting together the information and lecturing in a way that made it as entertaining as possible. It was a good learning experience. Boiling the law down, going over exams, practicing with feedback, and having checklists were the most helpful things for my brain.

Kerry Bunting, Esq

Hi Jeff: I just wanted to make sure to let you know how much I appreciate you. I passed the bar exam. I listened to you and watched most of the Emanuels slides. I did MBEs, enough to last a lifetime (yours, Emanuels, NCBE 1-4, any other books I could get my hands on). I checked them as I did them. Fleming's Approaches, Approaches, Approaches. Thank you for everything!!!

Lisa Thornton, Esq.

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