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Oregon Bar Review - Home Study Class Format

Class Format - The lectures on the internet are focused on our material coverage.  No socratic method or hide-the-ball techniques of law school, only a focus on the issues and black letter law that is frequently tested on the bar exam.  Practice essays and performance questions will be sent to you and the answers critiqued with individual feedback.  All classes are recorded and the lectures may be downloaded from the internet for reinforcement, review, to make up missed classes, or for home-study. 

Personal Touch - Questions are critical in a fast-paced review class because the topic complexity grows quickly and the student may need a question answered immediately.  The help desk is available by phone or e-mail, to answer in-depth student questions.  Grader-mentors give detailed, personalized feedback and individual tutoring is available at no extra cost.  This is one of the reasons the Rigos pass rate is higher than the competitions'.

Class Schedule - Our traditional 15 week program has Saturday classes and we recommend an April 13, 2013 start.  For our Intensive Program 4 class a week schedule there are also four learning sessions during the week.  This allows an Oregon 3L to complete law school and graduate before turning to bar review.  Check with our office for the current schedules.

Class Administration -  Our website has an electronic question and answer feature over the internet and all email questions are answered timely.  We monitor students' class attendance and essay scores and will email or call to encourage your progress in staying with the Rigos "Seamless Process."   No other review program provides this "go the extra mile" feature for their students.

Last updated on 4/12/2013 3:03:30 PM