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  1. On the night that a child becomes a Bar Mitzva, there is room to argue that he may not learn Torah before reciting Birkot Hatorah, even if he had recited them already that morning for Chinuch. Therefore, some poskim recommend that when he recites the beracha of Ahavat Olam, he should have in mind to fulfill his obligation for Birkot Hatorah. After Arvit, he should learn Torah.[1] Others think that this is not necessary and the Birkot Hatorah that he recited in the morning allow him to continue learning that night.[2]
    1. Yabea Omer 3:27:10, Yalkut Yosef Dinei Chinuch Katan pg. 51.
    2. Rabbi Aryeh Lebowitz in the name of Rav Osher Weiss (Ten Minute Halacha: Bar Mitzvah Boy Saying Birchas Hatorah at Night)