All winners will be contacted directly and announced to mainstream and Armenian media by the California Armenian Legislative Caucus on Friday, April 12, 2019.All winners will be awarded scholarships and a trip to Sacramento to be acknowledged at the California Armenian Legislative Caucus’ annual Armenian Advocacy Day during a press conference on April 22, 2019.
An email that was purposely typed up to say “hey here are the essay topics for the bar exam”?
It’s not like an internal email was accidentally forwarded to the wrong person or something.
This can include any photos, drawings, charts, book excerpts, etc., but no links to any video and/or audio clips or any web pages.) Please include your name, age, address, high school, grade, and phone number.
In addition include your teacher’s name, email address and subject area and phone number, at the top of the essay.
You can read the email for yourself: Initially some suspected the email was a hoax — some bad actor causing chaos days before the exam.
Indeed, in an email sent to the Class of 2019, David L.
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grade are invited to participate in an essay contest and/or a visual arts contest to increase greater awareness of the Armenian Genocide.
It might seem like a big reveal, but there is nothing too crazy or infrequently tested on the list (the Remedies/Constitutional Law crossover is interesting, but not overly shocking), and an objective memo is the most common PT format.
Best of luck buckling down and making the most out of the precious time remaining before the bar exam.