Bar Process Management Program Registration - Summer 2019
Minority Legal Educational Resources, Inc. (“MLER”) is a not-for-profit Illinois corporation dedicated to increasing diversity in the legal community. MLER’s primary activity is the administration of its Bar Process Management Program. The program is designed to support minority law school graduates preparing for the Illinois Bar Exam, however, all are welcome. This program does not compete with commercial bar review courses and does not review substantive law. The program is designed to provide structured study time with an emphasis on test-taking techniques and essay-writing skills.

The program consists of small group sessions, lectures, and mock exams. MLER trains and certifies instructors to lead the small group sessions. The weekly practice exams are graded by an instructor. All instructors are attorneys in good standing, licensed to practice in the State of Illinois, who volunteer their time to the program.

Classes commence on Thursday, May 30, 2019, and will be held every Thursday (excluding July 4th) for seven weeks. There will also be special sessions on a select Wednesday, Friday, and two Sunday(s) (See Tentative Schedule). All sessions are held at DePaul University College of Law, 25 E. Jackson Blvd, Chicago, IL 60604.


Early Registration

April 5, 2019 thru April 27, 2019 $350.00

Standard Registration

April 28, 2019 thru May 29, 2019 $375.00

On-Site Registration

May 30, 2019 starting at 5:30 p.m. $425.00



Participation in the Summer 2019 Bar Process Management Program is limited to students preparing for the July 2019 Illinois Bar Exam. To enroll in the program, you must complete this application. To pay the $350.00 Early Registration fee, the form must be completed by April 27, 2019. To pay the $375.00 Standard Registration fee, students must complete the registration form by May 29, 2019. Any application submitted after May 29, 2019 is considered on-site registration. If students are interested in paying electronically, they must indicate that in the email with their application.

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