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Spring 2022

Course Description
This course provides students with a foundation of content and skills necessary to pass the Florida bar exam. Essay writing is the primary emphasis. Students will write essays and receive individual feedback. Subjects include: Florida Contracts, Florida Real Property, Florida Constitutional Law, and Professional Responsibility. This course is a 2-credit pass/fail course. This course is only open to third year law students and LLM students in their final semester. The required textbook for the course is purchased from BarBri for approximately $160. Details will be provided to students who enroll. Please note: This course is taught in conjunction with Topics on the Multistate Bar Exam (LAW551). Students who are taking the Florida bar exam are encouraged to take both courses, as they cover different components of the exam.

Course Schedule
Dates Day Time Room
01-18-2022 - 04-25-2022   W  5:30 PM-7:15 PM DL

Course Frequency

Course Information

Credits: 2
Pass/Fail Option: Yes
Grading: Mandatory Pass/Fail
Method of Evaluation: Multiple choice and essay evaluations, midterm exam, final exam.
Graduation Requirements Fulfilled By Course:
Special Attributes:
Bar Course
Course Delivery:
Online (all synchronous)
Special Restrictions: This class is open to 3L/LL.M. students in their final semester of law school. If Spring 2022 will not be your final semester of law school, you need permission from the professor to enroll. Please contact Steven Maxwell to discuss your circumstances.
Law Track(s): None
Bar Subject(s):
Concentration(s): None
Course Book(s):
Textbook Required:
Additional Materials:
TEXTBOOK WILL BE REQUIRED. Please be prepared to purchase the textbook, and the link to order the textbook is below. Books will ship within 1-2 business days of completing the form and making payment, and delivery is 3-4 business days. For questions regarding the book purchase, please contact Sharon Perysian at Link to purchase book:  
First Class Assignment(s):



Contact Information:
Phone: 305-284-6368
Office: A212B