You have a limited window of opportunity to file a Michigan Bar Exam Appeal. Once the Michigan Bar Exam results are released, you have only thirty days to obtain your answers, evaluate your Michigan Bar Exam, and prepare and file Bar Exam Appeal.
The best Bar Exam Appeals are frank. They do not attempt to hoodwink the Michigan Board of Law Examiners with complex or strained legal arguments, but rather provide a brief and plainspoken assessment of the examinee's Bar Exam. It is a fine line to walk, between the strong advocacy needed to achieve a passing score and the candor necessary to maintain one's credibility before the Board of Law Examiners.
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You will also find that appellate attorneys who practice in this area will limit the number of clients they take for Michigan Bar Exam Appeals because of the time constraints. Therefore, if you are going to hire an attorney, it is important to move quickly to secure representation and begin the appellate process.
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