Reed Bar Review now offers free online First Year Law programs and a $795.00 discount off of any Bar Review Service to all U.S. combat veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan. Non-combat veterans receive up to a $500 discount off of any enrollment.
Hugh Reed, the principal of Reed Law Group, already offers pro bono legal services to many veterans at HughReed.com
Colonel Reed, who is retired from the U.S. Army, is the founder and CEO of Reed Bar Review and LawSchoolTutoring.com, announced the offering last Veterans Day. A highly decorated combat veteran with over 30 years of service, he stated in this unparalleled announcement that this is the least his company can do to help those who’ve sacrificed so much for their country.“...Every Veterans Day I think of my father, a combat veteran of Korea and Vietnam, who is buried at Arlington National Cemetery, and reflect on the many unselfish acts of our servicemen and women. There’s nobody else with whom I like to associate with more and whom I’d like to help succeed in their law careers more than those who’ve proven themselves in combat. Our bar review already has the highest pass rate of any bar review offered at the lowest cost. Why not help those who’ve helped us retain our freedom?! All any combat veteran has to do in order to qualify for this free offering is to contact our office…”
Among many other decorations, awards, and distinctions, Reed was awarded the Master Parachutist Badge, Ranger Tab, Combat Infantry Badge, Pathfinder Badge, Rigger Badge, Senior Aviator Badge. He commanded two aviation brigades, including the brigade that trains U.S. Army pilots. He is a graduate of the George Mason University School of Law, is licensed in numerous jurisdictions by taking a bar exam every six months – because up to 60 Multistate Bar Exam (MBE) questions are repeat questions from past exams for statistical equating purposes, his bar exam experience is invaluable to candidates’ success on the MBE. He is the former Editor-in-Chief of BarBri and Director for many states’ bar reviews. Reed has developed helpful memory devices such as checklists, mnemonics, and other disciplined approaches to insure success during anxiety-prone and pressure-filled moments such as bar examinations. His performance-based approach to passing bar exams focuses on flawless execution – just like pilots rehearse their emergency procedures and Rangers rehearse combat missions-- and remembering key principles of law and application of test-taking techniques under the pressure of timed examination formats.