IndyBar Review Course for the July 2020 Indiana Bar Exam
Thu, May 28, 2020
8:15 AM ET
Get the Power to Pass this Summer.
Uncertainty has entered in to nearly every facet of life this year. One thing isn't uncertain, though: The IndyBar's commitment to delivering the Power to Pass the Indiana Bar Exam.
While the bar exam will take on a different form this year, IndyBar Review's commitment to providing the tools, expertise and attention you need to succeed. To see more about how the July 2020 exam has changed and how IndyBar Review is adapting to serve you, click here.
During the public health crisis, it's important for our students to make decisions that are best for them both in terms of public exposure and personal needs for test prep. All course options receive the same course materials and practice exams.
- Live, In-Person Lectures: We'll offer live, in-person lectures utilizing all current CDC guidance in the IndyBar Education Center. These lectures will be strictly capped in order to ensure adherence to social distancing guidelines.
- Live Lectures Via Web Conferencing: Get the same live experience from the comfort of your own home and office. Our live webcast lectures offer the opportunity to interact with lecturers and ask questions
- Recorded On-Demand Sessions: With this option, you'll receive a link to view each day's session at your convenience.
Students shall be entitled to a tuition refund only, less non-refundable deposit, under the following conditions:
- The student has not taken possession of written materials (or video access, for Home Study students) and has withdrawn prior to the commencement of the first course lecture, and the student has notified the Indianapolis Bar Association in writing immediately of the intention to withdraw prior to the first course lecture.
Students must sit for the Indiana Bar Exam immediately following the IndyBar Review course in which they are enrolled unless barred from doing so by the Indiana Board of Law Examiners. Not doing so, the student forfeits all rights to receive future free or discounted courses. Students may be required to show written proof of sitting for the Indiana Bar Exam upon request. Students must notify the IndyBar at least 30 days prior to the start of the next session to guarantee enrollment in the session. Notices must be received in writing. If updated supplemental material is requested, the student will be charged a per item replacement fee at the IndyBar's cost.
Additional restrictions apply as follows:
No Missed Lectures
If the IndyBar Review student attends all live lectures or video replay lectures, sits for the Indiana Bar Exam immediately following the course and does not pass, the IndyBar will offer the student the option of taking the next IndyBar Review course in the same format (live or video replay) at no cost. To switch to the Home Study course, additional fees will apply.
One or More Missed Lectures
If the IndyBar Review student missed one or more live or video replay lectures and then sits for the Indiana Bar Exam and does not pass, the IndyBar will offer the student a 50% discount on the rate of the next course.
Home Study Course:
If the IndyBar Review Home Study student sits for the Indiana Bar Exam immediately following the IndyBar Review course for which he/she is enrolled and does not pass, the IndyBar will offer the student the option of taking the next home study review course and provide revised IndyBar copyrighted materials for the lectures which have been modified or enroll the student in either the next live or video replay session subject to availability.
- Full tuition payment is required 30 days prior to the start of the course, unless other arrangements have been made.
- Upon commencement of the first course lecture, all fees become non-refundable.
- No other person shall possess or use copyrighted materials and those materials shall not be copied or reproduced.
- Audio taping or reproduction of the lectures by any other means is strictly prohibited.
- No one can guarantee passage of the Indiana Bar Exam, and that the Indianapolis Bar Association does not warrant that enrollee will pass the exam. Student exclusive remedy is per the Retake Policy.
Thu, May 28, 2020
8:15 AM ET