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15. What is the format of the Michigan bar examination?


​Pursuant to Board of Law Examiners Rule 3, the examination consists of the Multistate Bar Examination prepared by the National Conference of Bar Examiners and administered on dates and under regulations set by the Conference. The second portion of the exam consists of 15 essay questions prepared by or under the supervision of the Board or by law professors selected by the Board, on these subjects:

(a)  Real and Personal Property
(b)  Wills and Trusts
(c)  Contracts
(d)  Constitutional Law
(e)  Criminal Law and Procedure
(f)   Corporations, Partnerships, and Agency
(g)  Evidence
(h)  Creditor's Rights, including mortgages, garnishments, and attachments
(i)   Practice and Procedure, trial and appellate, state and federal
(j)   Equity
(k)  Torts (including no-fault)
(l)   The sales, negotiable instruments, and secured transactions articles of the Uniform Commercial Code
(m) Michigan Rules of Professional Conduct
(n)  Domestic Relations
(o)  Conflicts of Laws
(p)  Worker's Compensation


2. Questions About the Bar Examination


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