AmeriBar provides a focused one-on one tutoring service for the Vermont Bar Examination. Most bar review programs try to spoon-feed you the law but forget the most important part -- teaching you how to best prepare your answer on the bar exam. Get advice from a professional with years of experience in the bar exam preparatory industry. Learn the tested system for preparing a response to any essay question that may come your way. Our tutors, who include law professors and distinguished attorneys, will analyze your writing and demonstrate where you can maximize the amount of points you receive. For the Multistate Bar Exam, learn the strategies and techniques that will help you determine how to pick the right answer. The bar exam will likely be the most difficult test you will ever face in your career. Do not come unprepared.
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ABOUT OUR TUTORS
Every one of our tutors is not only a bar exam expert, but also a successful attorney with years of experience. Our tutors include law professors and distinguished attorneys. That is why AmeriBar is the most respected name for bar exam tutoring. When selecting a tutor, be sure to ask about specific qualifications. Make sure you do not pick someone who entered the bar exam industry because they were unsuccessful in the legal practice world!
The Executive Director of the tutoring program is Mr. Alexander S. Nakis. Mr. Nakis is a graduate of Notre Dame Law School, where he was President of the Moot Court team. When he graduated from Notre Dame, Mr. Nakis practiced law as a commercial litigator in the New York City office of Dewey Ballantine LLP. At Dewey Ballantine, Mr. Nakis was involved in representing several multi-national clients including Credit Agricole Indosuez, Mutual of New York, and many more. He was involved in multi-million dollar litigation including the settlement of an approximately $280 million dispute. In 2001, Mr. Nakis left Dewey Ballantine and began practicing law at Gray, Harris, & Robinson in Tallahassee, Florida. Mr. Nakis represented the Florida House of Representatives in the 2002 redistricting litigation and the Florida Municipal Insurance Trust in multi-million dollar commercial litigation.
Here are some of the things that former tutoring students have had to say about the program. Each student had unsuccessfully taken the bar exam a minimum of two times before signing up with us:
Just wanted to let you know that I passed the exam!! Thanks again so much for your help. I think that having a tutor is truly what made the difference.
You were an excellent tutor.
I just wanted to let you know that I PASSED!!!! Thanks again for all of your help.
I feel really good about the exam. I strictly followed your advice and I think things went very well.
I want to let you know your writing techniques really helped me to stay focused and organized. This exam was 100% better than the others. I feel so comfortable about this exam that I am gearing up to take Georgia's in February.
[The tutor] could not have been more helpful. He really helped me with my confidence level as well as the MPT. I really appreciated having him there to answer any of my questions or concerns. Overall he was a great tutor.
Just wanted you to know that I got my letter yesterday saying I passed the bar exam. So thank you so much for all your help, I could not have done it without you.
I received my results yesterday and I passed. . . . I just wanted to say thank you for your help!!!