Uniform bar exam?

October 14, 2009 at 9:17 am | Posted in Bar Examination Resources, Law in the News | 2 Comments
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Above the Law and the Adjunct Law Professor Blog both blogged about a story that appeared in the October 12th National Law Journal.  The story explains that 10 states have signed on and will switch to a uniform bar exam developed by none other than the National Conference of Bar Examiners.   For those that don’t know the NCBE folks, they write the MPRE. 

Don’t be scared though.  New York and a handful of other states have decided not to go with the uniform bar exam format.

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  1. so which are the 10 states?

    • The posts aren’t saying specifically, just that 10 states are expected to come on board.


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