What Students Have to Say…

Want to know how to pass the New York bar exam? Listen to what these BarWrite students have to say about the NY Bar Exam help they received.


Julia Greenberg

“Studying for the New York bar exam is not easy and this class comes with a fair share of work, but if you listen to Dr. Gallagher, you will pass.  Do what she says for the MBE, essays and the MPT:  it will work…” Read full letter here.
— Christine Champey

(Member, New York Bar)


“If you want infomercials, you can go elsewhere, but if you want solid instruction for the New York bar exam, go to Dr. Mary Campbell Gallagher.”
— Christian Bernard
(Member, New York Bar)

“The Bar Training Schools taught me to write like a lawyer, which I never learned either in law school or at BarBri in California.”
— David Scott
(passed February 2002 New York bar exam)

“I was able to write the essays without thinking about the approach, so I had a lot of confidence.”
— Jan Riley, Columbia Law School
(Member, New York, Texas, and D.C. Bars)

“I passed the New York and New Jersey bar exams on the first try, and I owe it all to Mary Gallagher’s systems.”
— Shailesh Deshpande, Rutgers Law School
(Member, New York and New Jersey Bars)

“I am firmly convinced that reading your book Scoring High on Bar Exam Essays and attending your seminar [in Dallas] made the difference in my passing the Texas Bar the first time.”
— Bill Catlett, University of Texas
(Member, Texas Bar)

“Your one-rule-a-day MBE method, and your essays systems, were key!”
— Enealia S. Nau, Seton Hall Law School
(Member, New York Bar)

“Dr. Gallagher showed me how to restructure not only my essays but my thought process as well. Her method enabled me to write essays that were clear, concise and well thought out. When my practice essays in my bar review course started coming back with terrific scores, I doubted no more.”
— David Gould, Pace Law School
(Member, New York Bar)

“Thank you! You made the difference!”
— Beth Green, CUNY Law School
(Member, New York Bar)

These BarWrite® Graduates Are Now 
Practicing Law…

“The “World Cup of Memorization” is a study activity unique to the BarWrite class. Studying for the New York bar exam is not easy, and this class comes with a fair share of work, but if you listen to Dr. Gallagher, you will pass. Do what she says for the MBE, the essays and the MPT: it will work.”
— Christine Champey
Ohio Northern University Law School
(Member, New York Bar)

“Not only did I pass the bar exam in New York on my first try, but I finally learned to write like a lawyer, something that had proved elusive during both law school and the California BarBri course.”
— David Scott
Whittier Law School
(Member, New York Bar)

“If you want infomercials, you can go elsewhere, but if you want solid instruction for the New York bar exam, go to Dr. Mary Campbell Gallagher.”
— Christian Bernard
(Member, New York Bar)

“I am now in private practice with three offices throughout NYC. THANK YOU VERY, VERY MUCH…”
— Jeffrey A. St.Clair
(Member, New York Bar)

“I passed the New York and New Jersey bar exams on the first try, and I owe it all to Dr. Mary Campbell Gallagher’s systems.”
— Shailesh Deshpande
Rutgers Law School
(Member, New York & New Jersey Bars)

“THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU! I believe your course gave me the edge I needed… aside from my wedding day, I can’t remember a day recently when I’ve been so happy. The excitement and pride I heard in the voices of my family members when I shared the news was worth every weekend I spent in your course. Please call on me if I can be of any assistance with your course or future BarWrite scholars.”
— Lynnore Sharise Lawton-Thames
New York Law School
(Member, New York Bar)

“I liked learning the rules of law. I liked that we wrote and practiced the essays.”
— Olivier Wolf
Paris I (France)
(Member, New  York Bar)

“I went up 20 points on my MBE. I’m flabbergasted. I never thought it could be possible. Thank you, thank you, thank you.”
— Jessica Flores
Hofstra Law School

(Member, New York Bar)

“The BarWrite/Gallagher MBE method drastically improved my MBE score.”
— Adrienne Arkontaky
Pace Law School
(Member, New York Bar)