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an examination conducted at regular intervals to determine whether a candidate is qualified to practice law in a given jurisdiction


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There is a need to bring a closure to the matter, as it's not possible that the Bar examinations have become too difficult for the students, who join after graduating from university.It will be interesting to know whether this is part of a scam by crooks profiting from the high fees for resitting the exams, as has been alleged.
'The usual wide scope of the Bar examinations allowed too much unpredictability that tended to throw the examinees off balance,' Bernabe said noting that the examination itself is already physically and mentally taxing.
Owing to the decline performances in the Bar Examinations over the years, the General Legal Council (GLC) has constituted a committee to investigate the causes.
Wearing many hats, the 33-year-old Polido was one of the 1,800 who passed the 2018 Bar examinations. READ:FULL LIST: 2018 bar exam passers Polido, also a mother, was seven months pregnant when she took the Bar exams last November.
Both Missouri and the District of Columbia administer the uniform bar examination.
In fulfilling its responsibilities, the Board studied and ultimately recommended the adoption of the Uniform Bar Examination in Illinois," said Randy K.
With the new exam, successful New Hampshire applicants can gain admission to the bar in a number of other states without having to taking another bar examination.
Consequently, the pass rate for the new bar examination was far lower than anticipated.
What are the Bar passing percentages of a normal sample of the matriculating classes of 2001-2007 according to their LSAC index and their first-time and ultimate performance on the bar examination? a.
New Delhi, Oct 15 (ANI): The Bar Council of India (BCI) has made All India Bar Examination (AIBE) mandatory for all law graduates, who have passed in the academic year 2009-10 to practice law in India.
The test will be called the ' All India Bar Examination' and will cost the examinees Rs 1,300.
Four states allow would-be lawyers to take the bar examination and become licensed by going through an apprenticeship with practicing attorneys.
A total of 990 people passed the national bar exam for fiscal 2001, down four from a year ago and resulting in the lowest success rate in a decade at 2.9%, the National Bar Examination Administration Commission said Friday.
He attended New York Law School and graduated in 1991 but failed the bar examination twice, sources said.
Having passed the bar examination, he practiced law in the office of John Adams in Boston, and took part in the political agitation of the time.