Bar Educators Blog
by Adam Maze, Esq., Senior Academics Director | May 15, 2021
Formative assessments generally offer legal educators and law students a means of gathering pedagogically useful information. Our new Skills Diagnostic provides especially useful information as it is designed to better disentangle the intermingled effects of knowledge and skill upon performance.
by Andy Gordon, Esq., Regional Director, NorCal | November 10, 2020
Meet the Kaplan Experts: Shalom Sands, Esq, Lead Kaplan Bar Review Tutor, Bar Curriculum Content Developer
by Shalom Sands, Esq, Lead Kaplan Bar Review Tutor, Bar Curriculum Content Developer | October 26, 2020
I was drawn to Kaplan because I loved using the materials as an academic support professional and wanted the opportunity to be on the “inside” of delivering a great bar prep product.
by Tammi Rice, JD, Esq, Vice President Kaplan North America Legal Education | September 1, 2020
This August was my 27th anniversary as a full time employee of Kaplan, but my time with Kaplan actually started several years before that.
by Lisa Young, Esq., Senior Director of Academics | August 28, 2020
As the saying goes, a picture is worth a thousand words… Students spend so much time staring at words on a screen or page, too much time perhaps. And, while they may sometimes be engaged―or even captivated―it is also quite likely that at times they read with only passive attention or that their thoughts meander elsewhere.
by Adam Feren, Senior Curriculum Manager, Kaplan Bar Review | August 18, 2020
I like to see ideas evolve into the best possible versions of themselves, and I approach that from a kind of “survival of the fittest” mentality. I like to take things apart and put them back together, and I do that with ideas as well.
by Ryan Rentmeester, Esq., Senior Regional Director, Pacific Coast | July 16, 2020
I love traveling to law schools all over the country to teach students about the bar exam, help them develop skills to find confidence and success on the exam, and ultimately reach their career goals.
by Elizabeth Horowitz, Esq., Director of Content and Curriculum | June 25, 2020
I had always been drawn to the law, but my time on the policy debate team during college cemented my interest in attending law school. It turns out that I like to argue – and what better profession for that than an attorney?