Best of luck to all our alumni taking the Bar Exam next week!

A message to all our recent Barry Law alumni:
I’m not even sure if you’ll see this until after you’ve taken the Bar Exam (even though we’re still a few days away), but we wanted to wish you all the best of luck on the exam next Tuesday and Wednesday, and the best of all things that follow.
It has been a pleasure getting to know you all in the Library, talking to you during your rare moments of down time, and hearing about everything you’ve accomplished already and everything you plan to do on the other side of law school. For those of you who took one of our Advanced Legal Research classes, we know you’ll be well-equipped to handle anything your future employers throw at you, and we appreciate you giving us a chance to show you some new stuff.
If we can ever be of any help to you, research-related or otherwise, do not hesitate to call on us. All the Reference Librarians would be happy and honored to help you on your paths, wherever they lead, or make you look that much better once you get there.
Meanwhile, you’ve planned and prepped and practiced hard for this. You know more than you think you do, and this will go better than you think it will. I doubt it will be easy or fun, but we know you can handle the Bar Exam, followed by whatever comes next.
Let us know when you have some good news to share, and take care of yourselves and the people most important to you in the meantime. They will be thrilled to have you back in their lives!
Good luck. You’ve got this. Everyone at the Law Library — everyone in your lives — is rooting for you, praying for you, and wishing you well.

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