WMU-Cooley Law School will partner with the BARBRI Bar Review

Lansing, Mich. and Riverview, Fla. – Beginning with the WMU-Cooley Law School May 2022 incoming class, the BARBRI Guided Pass bar preparation course will be included and made available to all students following graduation. Additionally, any current student will be able to purchase the BARBRI Guided Pass bar preparation course at a reduced rate.

Through a recently announced partnership with BARBRI, the largest U.S. bar preparation and legal exam company, WMU-Cooley faculty and students will have access to many new resources to enhance the study of topics covered on bar exams.

“We know that one of the best indicators of bar exam passage is meaningful completion of at least 80 percent of a quality post-graduate commercial bar prep course,” said WMU-Cooley President and Dean James McGrath. “The partnership with BARBRI underscores WMU-Cooley’s commitment to continue supporting our law students even after graduation by helping them tackle the last obstacle of becoming a practicing lawyer.”

BARBRI has established partnerships with leading universities and organizations around the world. Their extensive network brings proven learning methods to law students, law graduates and lawyers. BARBRI Bar Review is designed to help law students earn the most points on the bar exam, and recent studies indicate that students who have taken the bar exam and used BARBRI score an average of 25 more points than those who use other bar prep courses or none.