2022 Subjects

BARBRI Legal Ed partners with law schools to deliver online, subjects taught by renowned professors from ABA-accredited law schools. Faculty serves as visiting or adjunct faculty at each school, which awards the academic credit.

Following our successful 2014-2020 programs and the liberalization of ABA Standard 306, we have increased the number of topics delivered in 2022.

  • Advanced Legal Research, Amy Sloan (Baltimore)
  • Antitrust, Joshua Wright (George Mason)
  • Bankruptcy, Jessica Gabel Cino (Georgia State)
  • Business Organizations, Carliss Chatman (Washington & Lee)
  • Conflict of Laws, Erin O’Hara O’Connor (Florida State)
  • Consumer Law, Katie Porter (University of California, Irvine), Leah Plunkett (Harvard)
  • Copyright, Doris Long (New Hampshire)
  • Criminal Procedure‐Investigation, Ron Wright (Wake Forest)
  • eDiscovery, Chris Schultz (Baylor)
  • Evidence, Pavel Wonsowicz (UCLA)
  • Extended Bar Preparation I (3 credits), (Samuel Farkas, BARBRI)
  • Extended Bar Preparation II (2 credits), (Samuel Farkas, BARBRI)
  • Family Law, Robin Fretwell Wilson (Illinois)
  • Health Law, Jessica Mantel (Houston)
  • Healthcare Compliance, Mary Crossley (Pittsburgh)
  • Insurance Law, Maria O’Brien Hylton (Boston University)
  • Intellectual Property, Megan Carpenter (New Hampshire)
  • International Sales & Commercial Arbitration, Jack Graves (Syracuse)
  • Mergers & Acquisitions, William Sjostrom (Arizona)
  • National Security: Counterterrorism, Amos Guiora (Utah)
  • Patent Law, Micky Minhas (New Hampshire)
  • Personal Income Tax, Beverly Moran (Vanderbilt)
  • Professional Responsibility, John Dzienkowski (Texas)
  • Sales Law (with CISG option), Jack Graves (Syracuse) *
  • Secured Transactions, Bill Henning (Texas A&M)
  • Securities Regulation, Zachary Gubler (Arizona State)
  • Sports Law, Gene Marsh (Alabama)
  • Trademark, Alexandra Roberts (New Hampshire)
  • Wills, Trusts, and Estates, Gerry W. Beyer (Texas Tech)

* 2 or 3 credit

We are BARBRI Legal Ed is not an ABA accredited entity. For subject offering academic credit, the partner A partner law school may use its accreditation to award course credit.