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About LawPrismSince its inception in 2003, LawPrism has focused on the development of tools and services for the legal industry, for law school students, and for bar exam takers. Leveraging the technical resources of Digital Abacus, LawPrism has evolved to be able to deliver the highest quality, most convenient bar prep services available today.

LawPrism is a division of Digital Abacus Corporation, a company founded in 2002 to provide high-end software development, multimedia production, technical consulting, and training services to an international clientele. We have worked on projects with some of the largest companies in the world (e.g., IBM, Cisco, LockheedMartin, GlaxoSmithKline, AstraZeneca, The Home Depot, and many others) as well as many small and medium-sized busineses. Digital Abacus has trained thousands of students throughout the world in dozens of subject areas. Our commitment to excellence and our dedication to our clients is second to none.

About Brian P. Moquin, Esq.Brian Moquin is a practicing California attorney and the principal of The Law Offices of Brian P. Moquin. He has mentored hundreds of students through law school, through California's First Year Law Students' Exam ("FYLSX"), and through the California Bar Exam. He has been teaching professionally in the academic arena and the corporate world for over 20 years and started teaching bar review courses in 2006.

Brian is the founder and President of Digital Abacus Corporation and personally handles the delivery of all LawPrism offerings. He received his undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering from the Pennsylvania State University. His doctoral work in Engineering Science and Mechanics focused on the analysis of theoretical turbulence, scientific visualization, and computer language design. He then spent three years studying Continental philosophy and traveling the world. He has authored numerous books, has edited many others on a wide range of subjects, and has written thousands of pages of technical documentation for clients. He has also written several patent applications for clients, all of which went on to be approved, and is a patent holder himself.

Brian served on the faculty at both Penn State and Widener Universities before leaving to start his own corporate training academy in the Philadelphia region. He also founded and ran two ISPs, three software development companies, a multimedia production studio, and numerous dot-coms. He is a recognized expert in software development, multimedia production, instructor-led training, curriculum development, technical writing, and bar review. Over the past twenty years, he has developed and taught seventy different courses to thousands of students throughout the United States as well as in India, China, England, the Philippines, and Nicaragua.

In his spare time, Brian enjoys... wait, what spare time?