Lawyer Makers LLC, Logo

(205) 506-0413

Seminar Registration

"Things may come to those who wait, but only the things left by those who hustle."
- Abraham Lincoln

About Us

Dear Future Attorney:

I would like to introduce you to The Bar Examination Academy and The Lawyer Makers, LLC. We teach bar exam applicants how to specifically study and write to pass their bar examinations. We, first and foremost, teach our students the following:

  • How to write clear, concise, and lawyer-like answers on the essay and performance components of the bar examination;
  • We show students how on performance memorandums (objective & persuasive), demand letters, opinion letters, etc., how the answer is, more likely than not, already written for you;
  • How to adequately study and prepare for the two-hundred (200) question multiple-choice component of the bar examination; and,
  • How scriptures in the Gospel of Luke can assist the student in achieving success on the multiple-choice (Luke 9:62) and essay/performance (Luke 23: 39 - 43) components of the bar examination.

Please note, we specialize in those individuals who have encountered previous difficulty in passing their bar examinations.

In the 2019 bar exam cycle, we had students who were multiple-time repeat takers achieve astonishing1 passing scores (280, 276, 272, 270, 266) on the Uniform Bar Examination® In July 2017, we had students pass their respective bar examinations in the jurisdictions of Arkansas, Alabama, and Tennessee. In February 2017 and July 2019, we had students who raised their overall bar examination score by 35 (thirty-five) points and passed. In February 2018, we had multiple-repeat takers score 274 and 270.

In July 2016, one of our students, from an unaccredited law school, scored 298.

Because many of our students are repeating the bar exam, we do not boast about pass rates because we know that the bar exam is an extremely personal test which requires individual effort, hard work, and the results depend on the amount of work each individual invests into their preparation.

Please note that the difference in passing a bar exam can be less than one (1) point on the essay or performance components of the bar exam. LET US SHOW YOU HOW TO GET THE NECESSARY POINTS TO PASS!!! For more information, please e-mail us at: info@thelawyermakers.com. Also, please see our website, www.thelawyermakers.com, which provides more information about us. You may also contact me personally at (205) 436-1350. Thanks for your interest!


Mason Barrett

Mason D. Barrett, Esq.

Chief Executive Officer, The Lawyer Makers, LLC, Licensed Attorney and Former Legal Research and Writing Adjunct Law Professor

Barrett, received his Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics from Prairie View A&M University and his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Denver College of Law. He is currently admitted to practice law in the state of Colorado.

Barrett has taught or mentored approximately 20% of all Miles Law School graduates currently licensed in the state of Alabama. The Alabama bar examination passage rate for Miles Law School graduates doubled when his former legal research and writing students began taking the examination during the February 2007, July 2007 and February 2008 bar exam cycles.

Barrett earned a score of 149 on the multiple choice section of the bar exam and scored high enough on his overall bar exam score to qualify for admission, by waiver, into the jurisdictions of the District of Columbia, Minnesota, and Pennsylvania.

Barrett tutored a student on the July 2016 Alabama Bar Exam to a passing score of 298 which was 38 points above the passing score to 260. Additionally, Barrett has tutored students to passing scores of 152, 149, and 145 on the multiple choice section of the bar exam, to list a few examples of our success.


The Lawyer Makers, LLC has assisted students who have passed the bar in jurisdictions that include Alabama, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Georgia, Mississippi, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Tennessee, and Texas. The licensed lawyers we've helped earned their law degrees from such distinguished law schools as:

  • University of Arkansas
  • University of Arkansas at Little Rock
  • University of Alabama
  • Birmingham School of Law
  • Cornell University
  • Miles Law School
  • University of Denver
  • Faulkner University's Jones School of Law
  • Loyola Law School
  • North Carolina Central University
  • Penn State University
  • Samford University's Cumberland Law School
  • Texas Southern University
  • Thomas M. Cooley Law School at Western Michigan University
  • Vanderbilt University

Pay Your Invoice