Professor Riebe joined the Brooklyn Law School faculty in 2007 to teach Advanced
Professional Development. Previously, she was a full-time faculty member at Duke
University School of Law and an adjunct faculty member at the University of North
Carolina School of Law. Professor Riebe has experience teaching legal analysis and
writing, appellate practice, advanced legal analysis, and mediation courses. 

Before teaching, Professor Riebe clerked for the Honorable Robert H. Hall in the United
States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia, practiced law in Virginia and
North Carolina, and represented clients in federal court, state court, arbitration, and
mediation. She also served as the Director of a national bar review company and is the
founder and owner of Pass the Bar!, a bar exam coaching and consulting company. In those
capacities, she has sixteen years of experience helping students succeed with their bar

Professor Riebe's professional interests focus on law school pedagogy, bar success,
and professional development. Recent articles published by Professor Riebe include
"The Bar Exam Go, No-Go Decision," "Readers' Expectations, Discourse
Communities, and Effective Bar Exam Answers," and "A Bar Review for Law
Schools: Getting Students On Board to Pass their Bar Exams." Professor Riebe is also
the author of Pass the Bar! (2006), the first law school text focused on refining
professional skills for bar-exam success. 


The Bar Exam "Go/No-Go" Decision, The Learning Curve (2005)


Intra-enterprise Conspiracy Theory, 21 Wake Forest L. Rev. 463 (1986)


Pass the Bar! (2006)

Contributions to Books

History of a Lawsuit, A Mediator's Introduction to the Civil Litigation System (2005)

Overview of the Legal System, A Mediator's Introduction to the Civil Litigation System (2005)