Results of the Colorado Bar Exam were posted this morning and my name was listed in the list of people who passed. Now I just need to pass the background check, take a professionalism class, and swear in and I’ll be a real lawyer.
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Nicholas Sarwark is Executive Director of the Libertarian Policy Institute. He served as Chair of the Libertarian National Committee from 2014 to 2020, a period of unprecedented growth. Over the last two decades, he has worked as a systems developer for a major non-profit, tried over 30 cases to a jury as a deputy public defender in Colorado, and managed the oldest independent car dealership and loan company in Phoenix. He founded Wedge Squared Strategies in 2019, a strategy, communications, and campaign consulting firm that helps individuals and organizations maximize their impact on the world. Licensed to practice law in Colorado and New Hampshire, he lives in Manchester, New Hampshire with his wife Valerie and their four children where they volunteer to build a better local community.
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AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Congrat’s!! I knew you could do it!
Like there was any doubt?
Look out, Colorado. This guy Nick isn’t just smart. He’s scary smart.
There was never doubt, only fear. I can’t wait to start practicing, but it looks like I’m not going to get the chance until sometime early next year.
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Forgive me, for I have been a bad reader of your blog.
Great to hear that you passed the bar. Congrats!
Also, too bad about the professionalism requirement.
I guess you could always become a pro-hasher or something instead.
Congrats, and good luck. 😀
Hi, I'm taking the Colorado Bar in July. Could you tell me how extensively they test on UCC Articles 3 and 9 (negotiable instruments and secured transactions)? at least in terms of how much material you were encouraged to prepare outline wise?
My sitting (July 2008) had one question on negotiable instruments, if I remember correctly. It's worth outlining the UCC articles, but the meat of the test is in the common law areas.