This book is designed to provide students with the focused review, effective practice, and suplemental study tools that are needed for success on the MPRE.
Substantive outlinesModel Rules of Professional ResponsibilityModel Code of Judicial ConductABA Model Code of Professional ResponsibilityPractice questions with detailed answer explanations
About the Multistate Professional Responsibility Examination (MPRE)
The MPRE can be, and almost always is, taken before graduation from law school.
The Multistate Professional Responsibility Examination (MPRE) is a sixty question, two-hour and five minute, multiple-choice examination administered three times each year.
The Multistate Professional Responsibility Examination (MPRE) is required for admission to the bars of all but three US jurisdictions.
Passing scores, which are established by each jurisdiction, currently vary between 75 and 86.
MPRE scores from any jurisdiction in the United States are automatically recognized by all other jurisdictions (assuming that any special timing requirements are met), although in order to be admitted to a bar, an applicant must meet that jurisdiction's minimum passing score. Scores on the Multistate Bar Examination (MBE), another component of the bar exam in almost all states, do not necessarily transfer between jurisdictions. Some jurisdictions will not accept an MBE score from any other jurisdiction; some others only accept MBE scores from another jurisdiction if the applicant is concurrently taking the bar exam in two jurisdictions; still others require a minimum MBE score for transfer.