Texas Bar Flash is a Texas Company assisting candidates for the Texas Bar Examination.
The Texas Bar Flash series was originally developed by law students, just like you. The difference? These law students
passed the Bar examination the first time they took it. You can too!
Texas Bar Flash materials are reviewed by lawyers each year.
Each year, Texas lawyers review TBF materials for accuracy. Each year, a law professor from a major Texas
university--who sometimes scores bar examination questions--reviews the materials for accuracy. Our goal is to help you
pass the bar exam.
Texas Bar Flash was designed to complement traditional bar review materials.
Traditional bar review courses advise candidates to develop a "mini-outline." The problem with this approach is that
candidates spend an inordinate amount of time writing and preparing outlines. Outlines that may or may not have
information relevant to answering the Texas essay questions. Because many students spend an inordinate amount of
time developing their outlines, they have less time to review sample answers and cementing key phrases to memory.
TIME is the biggest challenge to studying and passing the bar exam.
Instead of having over 1,000 pages of material to carry around and study, the TBF summaries are mini-outlines that you
can carry with you at all times. When you answer practice questions, use them to assist you in remembering points of law;
points of law translate into points on the bar examination. Points on the bar examination translate into a Bar card. Isn't
that why you went to law school?
"The Texas Bar
Flash helped organize
my study time.
The night before the
exam, instead of
sorting through all of
my traditional books,
I reviewed the TBF.
The TBF helped me
remember key points
of law under time
|TBF IS SO COMPREHENSIVE, THE FOLLOWING DISCLAIMER IS MADE:
TBF is a study aide; it is not intended to be a substitute for legal advice.
The materials being sold herein are specifically intended for the use of candidates sitting for the Texas Bar Exam; accordingly, the
information contained in the TBF materials is edited significantly to include only information relevant to answering questions presented
on the Texas Bar Examination. The fact circumstances of your situation must be considered before the legal principles summarized in
the TBF may be applied. Do not rely on the information presented in the TBF to answer a legal question that you may have.
NavarroLaw, P.L.L.C. is not offering legal services by way of this web site or through publication of the TexasBarFlash.