Does passing the bar exam worry you?

This is why I am launching pre-launching bar prep coaching:

  • Accountability

    Every two weeks we will have a live coaching call, giving you the motivation, information, and strategies needed to keep you consistent throughout bar prep.

    Moreover, weekly text messages directly from Attorney Jas. You can even text Jas on this personal line whenever you have concerns/doubts/questions.

  • Comprehension

    From the MBE & UBE multiple-choice questions to the state, MPT, and MEE essays, and learning federal v. state law, there are key learning goals and objectives.

    As such, we will ensure you remain focused on properly learning each subject matter, including tips and tricks, study hacks, and more.

  • Mindset & Strategy

    In addition to covering the bar prep basics, we are ensuring you have the proper bar prep mindset throughout your bar prep course.

    As such, we are monitoring your time management, your diet, your exercise regimen, etc. because all of the foregoing correlates to your ability to stay consistent and disciplined while studying for the bar exam.

Bartivity includes an essay workshop, covering essay organization, analysis, and editing. Moreover, during the workshop we will edit your essays on the spot.

Date: January 28th, 2023 at 12 noon ET

Bartivity includes an essay workshop, covering essay organization, analysis, and editing. Moreover, during the workshop we will edit your essays on the spot.

Led by Attorney Jas and Attorney Ambur

Led by Attorney Jas and Attorney Ambur

Moreover, Bartivity includes an MBE/UBE workshop, covering each subject, to include strategies and reviewing real questions.

Date: January 14th, 2023 at 12 noon ET

Moreover, Bartivity includes an MBE/UBE workshop, covering each subject, to include strategies and reviewing real questions.

What's the price?

In addition to Atty Jas, these are your instructors:

  • El-Elyon Appahoh

    Bar Prep Instructor

    El-Elyon Appahoh

    El-Elyon Esq. is a Bar Exam Coach and licensed attorney in New York dedicated to helping aspiring lawyers achieve their dreams by mastering a fearless approach to conquering their law exams in the UK, US, and beyond. She is driven by a passion for bridging the gap and promoting a cultural shift in today’s archaic legal profession.
  • Jazmyn Knight

    Bar Prep Instructor

    Jazmyn Knight

    Jazmyn Knight was born and raised in Columbus, OH. She responsibly pursued a sound undergraduate education and received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Fisk University in Nashville, Tennessee. She graduated from Fisk as a member of Phi Beta Kappa, Lambda Iota Tau, Summa Cum Laude, and a member of the W.E.B. Dubois Honor Program. Before law school, Jazmyn volunteered her time tutoring economically disadvantaged children through both the Big Sister Lil Sister Program and the Women of Perfection Organization. While tutoring economically disadvantaged children, she realized she wanted to serve the black community by participating in the mainstream culture in a way that would both serve as a role model for and permit her to give an active voice to a minority who are both under-represented in the legal community and who are sometimes exploited by our judicial system. Throughout her law school career at Capital University Law School, Jazmyn worked diligently on improving herself academically, spiritually, and culturally. While in law school, she received various awards, including the Floyd D. Weatherspoon Endowed Scholarship for Equal Justice, the David D. White Scholarship, and John Mercer Langston Bar Association Scholarship. She has served as an instructor teaching students from underserved communities about the court system, criminal procedure, constitutional rights, and the Law and Leadership Institute appeals process. Additionally, she has worked as a law clerk for Chris Harbold & Associates, interviewing clients, conducting legal research, writing memos, answering incoming calls, and filing legal documents. Jazmyn served as the Director of Fair Housing and the Director of Equal Employment Division for the Georgia Commission on Equal Opportunity. She was responsible for enforcing both the Georgia Fair Housing Law and Georgia Fair Employment Practices Act, managing the fair housing and employment divisions, and investigating complex cases involving allegations of unlawful discrimination in housing and employment for Georgia. Currently, she works at the Public Defender’s Office, providing quality representation to indigent clients charged with felonies. Additionally, as Georgia Bar Prep Private Tutoring Consultant, she selectively has the added task of providing critical instruction and support to students preparing for the bar exam.
  • Ambur Smith

    Bartivity Asst Coach

    Ambur Smith

    Ambur is an attorney, political strategist, and entrepreneur. After failing the Ohio bar exam in October of 2018, she passed the February 2019 exam, waived into the DC bar, and now operates a growing virtual law firm. When she isn’t helping creatives and real estate investors protect their real and intellectual property, she’s managing nonprofit initiatives and coaching future attorneys studying for the bar. Ambur is a graduate of Hampton University and the Georgetown University Law Center.

Curriculum

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FAQ

  • When will bar prep coaching begin?

    In early December, we launch the February cohort. At the end of May, we launch the July cohort.

  • Does Bartivity replace a bar prep course?

    No. Bartivity is an supplement to your course. As such, all students should be enrolled in a bar prep course.

  • Is bar prep coaching limited to certain states?

    No matter the jurisdiction you're taking the bar exam in, we got you covered.

  • Can I enroll even if I am not taking the bar exam just yet?

    Yes. Bartivity enrollment comes with lifelong access.