- Louisiana Bar Statistics
- Louisiana Bar Exam
- Bar Review Courses
Many companies offer live, video-taped, and self-study bar review courses. The following information will help you decide which bar study program/method will work best for you.
- Patent Bar
To become registered as a patent attorney in the U.S., you must pass the United States Patent & Trademark Office registration exam, commonly referred to as the “patent bar.” This is a 6-hour, 100-question, multiple-choice exam. Eligibility to sit for the exam requires a bachelor’s degree in certain recognized technical subject areas. Review courses in a variety of study formats are offered by several companies including PLI, OmniPrep, PatBar, and Patent Resources Group.
- Other Bar Exams 2013 Comprehensive Guide to Bar Admission Requirements
- Multi-State Professional Responsibility Exam (MPRE)
The MPRE is administered three times per year, and is required for admission to the bars of 46 states. It is a 60-question, multiple-choice exam. Louisiana requires a minimum score of 80; other states’ MPRE requirements vary. Please click here for more information about the MPRE and how to register.