Christopher
Fromm

Adjunct Professor of Law

Biography

Adjunct Professor Chris Fromm is the Executive Director of Institutional and Supplemental Programs. He has passed the bar exam in Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Colorado, Arizona, Oregon and Hawaii. Professor Fromm heads all educational aspects of Kaplan’s Institutional Programs, from hiring and training new lecturers to developing curriculum for more than a dozen schools and over 1000 students.

Shortly after the ABA allowed law schools to provide credit for early bar preparation classes, he designed and implemented the first classes of this kind at Thurgood Marshall School of Law and Brooklyn Law School. Since then, he has offered classes at nearly twenty schools nationwide teaching a wide range of topics and student groups including 2 Ls, 3 Ls, and L.LMs.

Professor Fromm teaches Kaplan’s Multistate Professional Responsibility Exam review. He serves as Kaplan’s national lecturer on Evidence and all multiple choice related bar preparation videos. He presents nationwide to faculty and administration on how to better prepare students for the bar exam, how to structure bar preparation courses, and how to better design existing academic support resources to maximize bar pass rates.

Professor Fromm is a former assistant district attorney serving Philadelphia’s citizens from 1999-2005.He and his wife and son live in Redwood City, California.

Education

  1. Widener University School of Law 1999

    JD

Courses

  1. Critical Studies 2: MBE