The BARBRI faculty reads like a "who's who" of top law school professors, deans and legal scholars. They are expert bar review lecturers, engaging speakers that bring the law alive and deeply mindful of helping you pass the bar exam. Only BARBRI has Dean Erwin Chemerinsky, one of the nation's most influential attorneys and expert on Constitutional Law. Only BARBRI has Professor Rich Freer, the nation's authority on Civil Procedure. Only BARBRI has Professor Paula Franzese, who innovated bar review lectures by introducing music mnemonics as a way to increase overall retention. They've studied the science of learning and are familiar with the trends and nuances of the bar exam. No other bar review faculty is better qualified to empower you to Own The Bar.
Rule 3:01, Section 6 of the Massachusetts Rules of the Supreme Judicial Court governs admission to the Massachusetts Bar for attorneys licensed in other jurisdictions. The process in Massachusetts is called Admission on Motion. Attorneys must be admitted to another state, district, or territory of the United States and must have been actively engaged in the practice or teaching of law for five of the past seven years immediately preceding the application for admission. Attorneys may request an advance determination of eligibility .
The BBA is an accredited CLE provider in Rhode Island. Rhode Island is an approved jurisdiction allowing for CLE credits in several states, including New York, California, and New Jersey. Forms certifying your attendance will be provided upon request. If you need CLE credit in another state for your attendance at a BBA CLE program, we can provide you with a uniform certificate of attendance for filing in that jurisdiction. For any further questions about your CLE requirements outside of Massachusetts, please contact your state's CLE administrator. If you are in need of more information about CLE at the BBA, please contact Margaret DeMoura at mdemoura@ or 617-778-1946.