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JD Advising’s July 2022 MEE Predictions

Are you preparing for the July 2022 Uniform Bar Exam? Are you curious as to what subjects might appear on the July 2022 MEE? You can see our JD Advising July 2022  MEE predictions below. These include the subjects and a list of topics to review!

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JD Advising’s July 2022 MEE Predictions

We have looked closely at the trends on the MEE and created our list of July 2022 MEE predictions. Below is a survey of the MEE subjects we think are worth extra attention.

The first six subjects listed are the ones we think are most likely to appear. The seventh subject is the wildcard subject. The remaining subjects are all subjects you must also look at in preparation for the July 2022 bar exam! Some students rely too much on subjects we think are coming up so please read the below disclaimer very carefully! We also listed topics that are worth reviewing before the bar exam. Please keep in mind that these are highly tested or ripe for testing topics but not a statement of what will be tested! These are simply topics you want to ensure you are familiar with.

Disclaimer: You should NOT rely solely on these July 2022 MEE predictions when you study! You should review all subjects and topics when preparing for the UBE exam. All subjects are fair game for the exam. This is just our educated guess on what will appear on the exam, which we do for fun! Sometimes we are right. Sometimes we are not! Please review our free MEE Guide for the highly tested topics and be careful not to ignore any subject! Now, onto our July 2022 MEE predictions.

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Note: All the suggested essays noted below can be found for free using the links below. We use the NCBE links for the essays that appeared on the exam from February 2008 through July 2015. We used the Minnesota State Bar links for the essays that appeared on the exam from February 2016 through February 2022. Some essays come from the New York State Bar Examination website.

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Subjects Ripe for Testing

Agency & Partnership UPDATE: AGENCY WAS TESTED WITH CORPORATIONS!

Agency

Agency was most recently tested in February 2022. It is common for Agency to be tested by itself, combined with Partnership, or combined with Torts. The examiners typically alternate between testing Corporations & LLCs and Agency & Partnership. Even though Agency was recently tested, it is ripe for testing on the July 2022 UBE, probably in combination with Partnership and likely with an emphasis on Partnership.

Some Agency issues that are ripe for testing include the following:         

  • Actual authority; apparent authority; ratification
  • Employee versus independent contractor
  • Respondeat superior; vicarious liability

To get some practice with Agency essays, we recommend looking at the following MEEs:

  • February 2015 (Respondeat superior)
  • February 2017 (Ratification; liability of agent if principal is undisclosed or partially disclosed)
  • February 2020 (Actual authority; apparent authority; liability of agent if principal is disclosed; vicarious liability)
  • February 2021 (Combined with Partnership: employee versus independent contractor, respondeat superior; vicarious liability: “masters” liable for torts of servants in course of employment; principal not liable for independent contractor’s negligence)

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Note: Your review should NOT be limited solely to the essays or topics listed above! Please review our free MEE Guide for the highly tested Agency topics. (If you enjoy illustrations of the law, please check out our on demand bar exam course or MEE mastery class!)

Partnership

Partnership was recently tested in February 2021 and was combined with Agency. However, because most of the essay focused on Agency issues, Partnership is ripe for testing on the July 2022 UBE. October 2020 was the last time Partnership was the primary focus of an essay. It is possible to see a pure Partnership question or an Agency/Partnership combination in July 2022.

Some Partnership issues that are ripe for testing include the following:

  • A new partner is not liable for obligations that pre-dated her admission into the partnership
  • Dissolution of a partnership
  • Liability when a general partnership transforms into an LLP or an LP
  • Withdrawal from a partnership

To get some practice with Partnership essays, we recommend looking at the following MEEs:

  • July 2009 (General partnership liability; procedure for collection for creditors of the partnership)
  • February 2014 (A new partner is not liable for obligations that predated her admission into the partnership; liability when a general partnership transforms into a limited liability partnership)
  • February 2018 (Dissolution; fiduciary duties of care and loyalty; withdrawal from partnership)
  • February 2019 (Formation of a general partnership; general partnership powers; partners are agents and comanagers of the partnership; dissolution)

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Note: Your review should NOT be limited solely to the essays or topics listed above! Please review our free MEE Guide for the highly tested Partnership topics.

Civil Procedure UPDATE: TESTED!

Civil Procedure was most recently tested in July 2021. Although Civil Procedure has been tested on nearly every exam in the past, it only appeared on one of the five exams given in 2020. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, five bar exams were administered in 2020 (February 2020, July 2020, two exams in September 2020, and a modified version of the exam in October 2020). Although Civil Procedure has not been tested as frequently as it was in the past, Civil Procedure is ripe for testing on the July 2022 UBE.

Some Civil Procedure issues that are ripe for testing include the following:

  • Discovery (work product)
  • Domicile of an individual
  • Personal jurisdiction
  • Service of process
  • Venue

To get some practice with Civil Procedure essays, we recommend looking at the following MEEs:

  • July 2012 (Summary judgment; leave to amend)
  • July 2013 (Diversity jurisdiction; how to determine an individual’s domicile; how to determine venue for a corporation)
  • February 2014 (Discovery (work product); sanctions)
  • July 2014 (Intervention as of right; temporary restraining order; preliminary injunction)
  • February 2015 (Service of process; diversity jurisdiction; impleader)
  • July 2015 (Personal jurisdiction; federal-question jurisdiction; supplemental jurisdiction)

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Note: Your review should NOT be limited solely to the essays or topics listed above! Please review our free MEE Guide for the highly tested Civil Procedure topics.

Constitutional Law UPDATE: NOT TESTED!

Constitutional Law was not tested in July 2021 or February 2022. However, during 2020, Constitutional Law appeared on four of the five bar exams. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, five bar exams were administered in 2020 (February 2020, July 2020, two exams in September 2020, and a modified version of the exam in October 2020). We were surprised to see that Constitutional Law appeared on most of the exams in 2020. Because Constitutional Law has recently been tested frequently on the MEE and was not tested in July 2021 or February 2022, it is ripe for testing on the July 2022 UBE.

Constitutional Law is generally tested by itself on the essays. However, it was recently combined with Civil Procedure in July 2019 and Corporations in July 2020. So, do not be surprised if you encounter a Constitutional Law essay that also tests an issue from another subject.

Constitutional Law essays often focus upon nuanced topics including, but not limited to, the Dormant Commerce Clause, sovereign immunity, regulatory takings, whether Congress may “commandeer” the states, and the various free speech tests under the First Amendment to the United States Constitution.

Some Constitutional Law issues that are ripe for testing include the following:

  • Congress’s commerce power
  • The Dormant Commerce Clause
  • The Eleventh Amendment (sovereign immunity)
  • The Equal Protection Clause

To get some practice with Constitutional Law essays, we recommend lookig at the following MEEs:

  • July 2010 (First Amendment (public forum, designated public forum, nonpublic forum))
  • July 2011 (Equal Protection Clause; state action)
  • July 2012 (Commerce power; sovereign immunity)
  • February 2016 (Dormant Commerce Clause)
  • July 2018 (Commandeering states)

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Note: Your review should NOT be limited solely to the essays or topics listed above! Please review our free MEE Guide for the highly tested Constitutional Law topics.

Criminal Procedure UPDATE: NOT TESTED!

Criminal Procedure was most recently tested in July 2021. Criminal Procedure is most commonly tested by itself but has recently been combined with Evidence (July 2016, July 2017). Criminal Procedure is rarely tested with Criminal Law (July 2009). Criminal Procedure is generally tested every two to three administrations. Criminal Procedure is ripe for testing on the July 2022 UBE, possibly in combination with Evidence.

Some Criminal Procedure issues that are ripe for testing include the following:

  • The Fifth Amendment (Miranda warnings)
  • The Sixth Amendment (right to counsel, right to jury trial)

To get some practice with some Criminal Procedure essays, we recommend looking at the following MEEs:

  • February 2008 (Fourth Amendment (search and seizure in a Terry context); Fifth Amendment Miranda warnings; Fourteenth Amendment (voluntariness of a confession))
  • July 2011 (Fourth Amendment (search and seizure; warrant exceptions); Fifth Amendment Miranda warnings)
  • February 2014 (Double jeopardy; Sixth Amendment right to jury trial)
  • July 2014 (Sixth Amendment right to counsel; Fifth Amendment Miranda warnings)

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Note: Your review should NOT be limited solely to the essays or topics listed above! Please review our free MEE Guide for the highly tested Criminal Procedure topics.

Evidence UPDATE: TESTED!

Evidence was last tested on the latter of the September 2020 bar exams. In July 2016 and July 2017, the Evidence essay question also tested issues from Criminal Procedure. In February 2020, the Evidence essay question also tested issues from Criminal Law. Evidence is ripe for testing on the July 2022 UBE, possibly in combination with Criminal Procedure.

If Evidence is combined with Criminal Law, pay close attention to any crimes or defenses to crimes that may need to be addressed.

If Evidence is combined with Criminal Procedure, pay close attention to a suspect’s Miranda rights (most frequently tested!) and a defendant’s Sixth Amendment right to counsel.

Some Evidence issues that are ripe for testing include the following:

  • Character evidence
  • Hearsay
  • Impeachment
  • Lay witnesses and expert witnesses

To get some practice with Evidence essays, we recommend looking at the following MEEs:

  • February 2012 (Policy exclusions)
  • July 2014 (Impeachment based on prior convictions and prior bad acts)
  • February 2016 (Hearsay; Confrontation Clause; character evidence)
  • July 2018 (Hearsay; lay witnesses; expert witnesses; doctor-patient privilege; habit evidence; relevancy)
  • February 2020 (nonhearsay (opposing party’s statement); hearsay (then-existing mental, emotional or physical condition); relevancy; character evidence; MIMIC evidence; impeachment by conviction and bias)
  • July 2020 (Hearsay; doctor-patient privilege; authentication; best evidence rule)

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Note: Your review should NOT be limited solely to the essays or topics listed above! Please review our free MEE Guide for the highly tested Evidence topics.

Family Law UPDATE: NOT TESTED!

Family Law was most recently tested in July 2021. Since July 2012, Family Law has been tested every two administrations or every other administration. Typically, Family Law is tested by itself but is occasionally combined with Conflict of Laws. Family Law is ripe for testing on the July 2022 UBE.

Family Law essay questions generally draw from a variety of issues including, but not limited to, child custody, spousal support, premarital agreements, property division, the validity of a common law marriage, the Uniform Interstate Family Support Act (UIFSA), and the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act (UCCJEA). Lately, the examiners have consistently tested UIFSA, UCCJEA, and other jurisdictional issues so, it is always a good idea to be well versed in these areas.

Some Family Law issues that are ripe for testing include the following:

  • Adoption
  • Bigamy
  • Common law marriage
  • Divorce settlement agreement (when it is enforceable)
  • Premarital agreements and property division

To get some practice with Family Law essays, we recommend looking at the following MEEs:

  • February 2011 (Divorce settlement agreement; child support modification; whether a divorce property division award may be modified)
  • July 2011 (Common law marriage; validity of common law marriage in another state; adoption; UCCJEA)
  • February 2016 (Premarital agreements; property division upon divorce)
  • February 2017 (Common law marriage; validity of common law marriage in another state; property division; bigamy; visitation rights of a party who is not a parent)
  • July 2020 (Whether a state may grant a divorce even if there is no personal jurisdiction over other spouse; whether a state may grant custody even if there is no personal jurisdiction over other respondent parent; whether a state may grant property if there is no personal jurisdiction over the respondent; fault-based divorce; factors for determining the best interests of the child)

ube predictions july 2022 family lawNote: Your review should NOT be limited solely to the essays or topics listed above! Please review our free MEE Guide for the highly tested Family Law topics.

Real Property UPDATE: TESTED!

Real Property was most recently tested in February 2021. In recent years, Real Property has been tested on consecutive exams. However, Real Property was not tested in July 2021. Real Property questions tend to be more open-ended in nature, and the answers more nuanced than some other subjects. Real Property is ripe for testing on the July 2022 UBE.

Some Real Property issues that are ripe for testing include the following:

  • Adverse possession
  • Implied warranty of fitness and habitability for new homes sold by a builder-seller
  • Recording acts (common law versus a recording act)
  • Warranty deeds

To get some practice with Real Property essays, we recommend looking at the following MEEs:

  • February 2010 (Recording acts; shelter rule; warranty deed)
  • February 2013 (Constructive eviction; surrender; duty to mitigate)
  • July 2013 (Implied warranty in new properties sold by a builder; warranty deed; taking a home “subject to” the mortgage versus assuming the mortgage)
  • February 2015 (Adverse possession; warranty deed)
  • July 2018 (Zoning ordinance and nonconforming use; future advance mortgage)

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Note: Your review should NOT be limited solely to the essays or topics listed above! Please review our free MEE Guide for the highly tested Real Property topics.

Wildcard Subject

Decedents’ Estates UPDATE: TESTED WITH TRUSTS!

Decedents’ Estates was tested on both the February and July exams in 2021. However, it is more common for the examiners to test Decedents’ Estates on one exam and then Trusts on the following exam. Decedents’ Estates is most frequently tested by itself but is sometimes combined with Trusts (July 2020) or Conflict of Laws (July 2019). Decedents’ Estates may be ripe for testing on the July 2022 UBE.

Some Decedents’ Estates issues that are ripe for testing include the following:

  • Abatement
  • Ademption by extinction
  • Holographic wills
  • Issues pertaining to children (adopted child, pretermitted child, child born out of wedlock
  • Undue Influence

To get some practice with Decedents’ Estates essays, we recommend looking at the following MEEs:

  • July 2009 (Undue influence; fraud; general power of appointment; parentelic versus consanguinity method for intestacy)
  • July 2012 (Adopted children; children born out of wedlock)
  • February 2016 (Slayer statute: durable power of attorney)
  • July 2019 (Holographic will; mistake/ambiguity; antilapse statute; pretermitted child)
  • September 2020 (Valid execution of a will; holographic will; codicil; incorporation by reference; dependent relative revocation; mental capacity; mistake/ambiguity)

ube predictions pretermitted childrenNote: Your review should NOT be limited solely to the essays or topics listed above! Please review our free MEE Guide for the highly tested Wills topics.

Other Subjects to Review

Conflict of Laws UPDATE: NOT TESTED!

Conflict of Laws was lasted tested in July 2021 and was combined with Corporations & LLCs. This was the first time this particular combination had appeared on the MEE. Conflict of Laws has never been tested by itself. Rather, it is typically combined with Civil Procedure, Decedents’ Estates, or Family Law. It is important to review this subject as well as all of the potential MEE subjects in preparation for the upcoming bar exam.

Some Conflict of Laws issues that are ripe for testing include the following:

  • Combined with Civil Procedure: Klaxon rule; which state law applies if there is a change of venue
  • Combined with Family Law: Common law marriage; validity of marriage in one state when recognized in another state
  • Combined with Family Law: Enforceability of premarital agreements

To get some practice with Conflict of Laws essays, we recommend looking at the following MEEs:

  • February 2008: Combined with Family Law (enforceability of premarital agreements)
  • February 2012: Combined with Civil Procedure (Which state law applies when there is a change of venue; Klaxon rule)
  • February 2017: Combined with Family Law (Common law marriage; validity of marriage in one state when recognized in another state)
  • July 2019: Combined with Decedents’ Estates (Validity of a will; which state law applies)
  • July 2021: Combined with Corporations & LLCs (duties of directors are determined by the state of incorporation, not by a state where the corporation operates or the state where the suit is brought)

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Note: Your review should NOT be limited solely to the essays or topics listed above! Please review our free MEE Guide for the highly tested Conflict of Laws topics.

Contracts UPDATE: TESTED!

Contracts was most recently tested in February 2022. Contracts is sometimes tested on two consecutive administrations and then omitted from the essay portion of the following exam. Contracts is usually tested on its own and not in combination with another subject. It is important to review this subject as well as all of the potential MEE subjects in preparation for the upcoming bar exam.

Some Contracts issues that are ripe for testing include the following:

  • Anticipatory repudiation
  • Firm offer and option contracts
  • Parol evidence rule
  • Revocation of acceptance
  • Substantial performance

To get some practice with Contracts essays, we recommend looking at the following MEEs:

  • February 2011 (Offer and counteroffer; expectation damages; punitive damages)
  • February 2013 (Insecurity; anticipatory repudiation)
  • July 2014 (Modification of common law contract and UCC contract; economic duress defense)
  • February 2017 (Firm offer; option contract; revocation of offer)
  • July 2019 (Expectation damages; consequential damages; duty to mitigate)
  • February 2021 (UCC Art. 2 applies to sales of goods; Statute of Frauds; merchant’s confirmatory memorandum; subsequent writing evidencing an agreement)

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Note: Your review should NOT be limited solely to the essays or topics listed above! Please review our free MEE Guide for the highly tested Contracts topics.

Corporations & LLCs UPDATE: TESTED WITH AGENCY!

Corporations & LLCs was most recently tested in February 2022. This essay question tested Corporations on its own. Note that LLCs were last tested in September 2020 (combined with Agency). Some commonly tested Corporations & LLCs issues include duty of care, duty of loyalty, the business-judgment rule, direct versus derivative actions, piercing the veil, rules concerning directors’ meetings, and LLCs. It is important to review this subject as well as all of the potential MEE subjects in preparation for the upcoming bar exam.

Some Corporations & LLCs issues that are ripe for testing include the following:

  • De facto incorporation and corporation by estoppel
  • Limited liability companies (LLCs)
  • Piercing the corporate veil
  • Shareholder’s right to inspect corporate records

To get some practice with Corporations & LLCs essays, we recommend looking at the following MEEs:

  • July 2012 (LLCs; direct versus derivative actions; piercing the LLC veil)
  • July 2014 (Shareholders amendment of bylaws; direct versus derivative actions)
  • February 2017 (Shareholder’s right to inspect corporate records; duty of care; dismissal of a derivative action)
  • July 2018 (De facto incorporation; corporation by estoppel; date of corporation’s existence)
  • July 2019 (Fiduciary duties of controlling shareholders; dividends; duty of care; duty of loyalty and defenses thereto)
  • July 2021 (Fundamental change (merger); dissenting shareholder’s rights)

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Criminal Law UPDATE: NOT TESTED!

Criminal Law was last tested on the MEE in February 2022. Criminal Law was tested less frequently in the past but since February 2018, it has appeared on almost every other exam. Criminal Law is generally tested by itself but once in a while is combined with Evidence (February 2020) or Criminal Procedure (July 2009). It is important to review this subject as well as all of the potential MEE subjects in preparation for the upcoming bar exam.

Some Criminal Law issues that are ripe for testing include the following:

  • Accomplice liability
  • Homicide (involuntary manslaughter; second-degree murder)
  • Insanity as a defense

To get some practice with Criminal Law essays, we recommend looking at the following MEEs:

  • July 2009 (Attempted robbery; abandonment)
  • July 2012 (Involuntary manslaughter; legal cause of death; accomplice liability)
  • February 2018 (Insanity as a defense; incompetency to stand trial)
  • February 2019 (Larceny; embezzlement; burglary; receipt of stolen property)
  • September 2020 (homicide: first-degree murder; voluntary manslaughter; defense of others)

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Note: Your review should NOT be limited solely to the essays or topics listed above! Please review our free MEE Guide for the highly tested Criminal Law topics.

Secured Transactions UPDATE: NOT TESTED!

Secured Transactions last appeared on the MEE in February 2022. Traditionally, Secured Transactions has generally been tested on every other administration or tested consecutively on two administrations and then not on the following exam. It is important to review this subject as well as all of the potential MEE subjects in preparation for the upcoming bar exam.

Some Secured Transactions issues that are ripe for testing include the following:

  • Account debtors
  • Buyer not in the ordinary course of business
  • Consumer-to-consumer transactions
  • Default and foreclosure via self-help
  • Priority (first to file or perfect; perfected security interest takes priority over an unperfected security interest)

To get some practice with Secured Transactions essays, we recommend looking at the following MEEs:

  • February 2008 (Name on financing statement cannot be seriously misleading; deposit accounts; rights of judicial lien creditor versus a secured creditor)
  • February 2016 (Buyer in the ordinary course of business does not take subject to a security interest; consumer-to-consumer transaction; perfection as to proceeds
  • July 2016 (Fixture filing; perfection as to proceeds; default; foreclosure using self-help)
  • July 2017 (Attachment of a security interest; account debtor; priority (first to file or perfect))
  • February 2019 (Perfection and rules of priority (possession); default; judicial lien creditor rights versus a secured creditor)
  • February 2021 (Attachment of a security interest; description of collateral; perfection by filing a financing statement; priority of a perfected secured party versus a judgment lien creditors)

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Note: Your review should NOT be limited solely to the essays or topics listed above! Please review our free MEE Guide for the highly tested Secured Transactions topics.

Torts UPDATE: NOT TESTED!

Torts was most recently tested in July 2021. Torts has appeared less frequently on the MEE recently. For example, Torts did not appear on any of the exams in 2020 or in February 2021. Torts is generally tested by itself but is occasionally combined with Agency. Some of the common issues tested in Torts include negligence; negligence per se; strict products liability; vicarious liability; and battery. It is important to review this subject as well as all of the potential MEE subjects in preparation for the upcoming bar exam.

Some Torts issues that are ripe for testing include the following:

  • Intentional torts (battery, false imprisonment)
  • Negligence per se
  • Strict products liability
  • Vicarious liability of employer and indemnification

To get some practice with Torts essays, we recommend looking at the following MEEs:

  • February 2008 (Strict products liability; res ipsa loquitur)
  • February 2011 (Battery; strict products liability; eggshell-skull rule; vicarious liability)
  • February 2012 (False imprisonment; negligent infliction of emotional distress; vicarious liability)
  • February 2015 (Negligence per se; vicarious liability and indemnification)
  • July 2015 (Negligence (premises liability); attractive nuisance; comparative versus contributory negligence)

negligence per se torts ube predictionsNote: Your review should NOT be limited solely to the essays or topics listed above. Please review our free MEE Guide for the highly tested Torts topics.

Trusts UPDATE: TESTED WITH DECEDENTS’ ESTATES!

Trusts was last tested in February 2022. Typically, the examiners alternate between testing Decedents’ Estates and Trusts. Trusts is sometimes tested by itself and is sometimes combined with Decedents’ Estates. It is important to review this subject as well as all of the potential MEE subjects in preparation for the upcoming bar exam.

Some Trusts issues that are ripe for testing include the following:

  • Amendment of a trust
  • Class gifts and antilapse statutes
  • Duties of the trustee (loyalty, diversify, Uniform Principal and Income Act)
  • Pourover will

To get some practice with Trusts essays, we recommend looking at the following MEEs:

  • July 2011 (Equitable deviation; cy pres)
  • July 2012 (Class gifts; termination of a trust under common law and the UPC)
  • February 2017 (Amendment of a trust; special powers of appointment; elective share)
  • July 2018 (Duties of the trustee (loyalty, diversify, Uniform Principal and Income Act))
  • February 2019 (Discretionary support trust subject to spendthrift clause; duty of loyalty)
  • October 2020 (Definite beneficiaries required for a valid trust; powers of appointment)

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Note: Your review should NOT be limited solely to the essays or topics listed above! Please review our free MEE Guide for the highly tested Trusts topics.

We hope you found our post on the July 2022 MEE predictions helpful!

Again, we hope you find these recommendations for suggested essays to review helpful as you prepare for the July 2022 Uniform Bar Exam. We wish you good luck!

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