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Michigan Appeals

     Colonel Hugh Reed, and the attorney-coaches of Reed Bar Review, bring a wealth of experience to help students succeed while in law school, on their law examinations, and to assist those who should appeal their Michigan essay scores. If you need up to 12 points on the Michigan essay part, you should probably appeal your scores.

     Reed, who takes bar exams on a regular basis, and has passed almost thirty Multistate Bar Exams (MBEs), is considered a national expert on examination testing techniques . He started BarBri in Michigan and built it into the predominant traditional bar review. Hugh has helped thousands of candidates pass their bar exams. He has written Michigan appeals since 1988 and is the author of How to Excel on Law Exam Essays and How to Excel on Multiple Choice Examinations.

     Pursuant to MCR 9.3, the Michigan bar examiners will consider an appeal for any candidate who received lower scores than merited on the essay part of the Michigan bar exam. While most students are fully capable of writing their own bar appeals, statistics show that only one-third of those appeals ultimately succeed. Hugh’s efforts have consistently achieved over 90% success rate on all bar appeals he prepares.

     Hugh Reed has over thirty years of experience in writing appeals and preparing students for their law school and bar examinations. Reed has developed helpful mnemonics, checklists, and disciplined approaches to help law students and bar candidates succeed on law examinations. His performance-based approach focuses on remembering key principles of law under the pressure of timed examination formats. Reed, a graduate of the George Mason University School of Law, is the former Director of Multistate Testing, Editor-in-Chief, and Director of various states' bar reviews for the largest traditional bar review in the country. He has also written and edited numerous books and outlines including Gilbert Law Summaries and Legalines. Professor Reed is admitted to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court, U.S. Court of Military Appeals, U.S. Tax Court, and numerous states by taking bar exams regularly for his multi-jurisdictional law practice representing military personnel worldwide.

Whether you need to appeal your essay answers or require personal bar exam tutoring, call for a FREE evaluation at 800.852-3926, or email to Fees depend on services rendered and all appeals are free for those who engage Reed Law Group for tutoring services. Board certified neuropsychologists are available for those who seek accommodations on their bar exam or need assistance under the American Disabilities Act.




Get a head start and sign up now to begin the process immediately:


  • Appeals Start at $5,000 for FOUR points

  • $500.00 for each additional point (after four points) up to TWELVE points

  • Choose desired points below and click Enroll!

Tuition:     $5,000.00