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Dear Aspiring California Lawyers:
Hi there! We hope your studies are progressing, your flashcards are finished, and your outlines are dog-eared and showing signs of love.
In two weeks, the unpleasantness that is the California bar exam will be behind you. You're probably getting nervous. That's normal. The most important thing you can do between now and July 26 is focus. Tune out everything else around you, and study.
That may be harder -- and more important than ever -- when you're actually taking the California bar exam.
Have you heard about some of the crazy stuff that happens across this great land of ours during the bar?
Things happen. You have to ignore them. Even if the applicant next to you is going into labor. (Maybe not, if she's having your baby.)
And once you get the California law license -- even if you don't get it on the first try, it will eventually happen -- try to remain in good standing. After the blood, sweat, and tears that went into becoming a lawyer, you want the decision to leave the profession to rest with you, not the State Bar Court.
Meeting with a lawyer can help you understand your options and how to best protect your rights. Visit our attorney directory to find a lawyer near you who can help.