I absolutely owe my having passed the bar to Steve Harris and his program. Without a doubt, his study program works, but that’s only the half of it. His positive attitude and his confidence in his program are what really carried me through even when I had no confidence in myself.
The first day I walked into Steve’s class, I was in a very dark place. I had flunked the bar twice, and I felt utterly hopeless. At that point, every one of my study techniques had proven to be worthless, and I thought there was no way I was ever going to pass the bar. I just thought I innately lacked whatever it took to pass the California Bar.
When I enrolled in the class, my expectations were low because of what I experienced with other bar prep programs, but after my first day in his class, I felt an immense sense of relief. At the beginning of class, Steve said that he had a unique study regimen that would work for anyone. Right then, I didn’t know if that were true or not, but he had such strong convictions about it, I felt comfortable putting my fate in his hands. Steve also presented an efficient study regimen that—unlike other bar prep programs—seemed livable, let alone humanly possible.
After that first session, I took it day-by-day, accomplishing Steve’s study tasks one by one. After a month, I felt it “working.” I began to feel capable with both the substantive material and also with the strategies required to pass the bar. Gradually, I began to develop confidence in my own abilities instead of relying on Steve’s confidence in his program.
Make no mistake; it’s not easy. Steve’s program requires hard work that spans a period of two months, and your end result will stem from whatever you put into it. However, his program is straightforward, it’s doable, and it works. I believe I would never have passed the bar if I had not met Steve Harris.” – Theresa Anne Stein, Esq.