New York bar exam subjects include most first and second year law school subjects. For example, torts, contracts, and civil procedure are tested on the written and multiple choice portions of the exam. The current New York Bar Exam format is a three part exam. New York administers the Uniform Bar Exam. The exam includes the Multistate Performance Test (MPT), the Multistate Essay Exam (MEE), and the Multistate Bar Exam (MBE). The MEE and MBE test over 10 subjects, but each tests a different combination of subjects. On the other hand. the MPT provides all applicable law in the question materials. As a result, the MPT requires no prior study of legal subject-matter.
- Civil Procedure
- Constitutional Law
- Contracts and Sales
- Criminal Law and Procedure
Each multiple choice question tests one subject. However, every MBE subject is tested on every MBE exam.
- All MBE Subjects
- Business Associations (agency, partnership, llcs, and corporations)
- Conflict of Laws
- Decedent’s Estates (wills and trusts)
- Family Law
- Secured Transactions