Bar Exam

Bar Exam

Oops! Clerical error leads to mistake in Nebraska bar exam scores; three didn’t pass after all

Bar Exam

Iowa won’t end bar exam for state law grads but considers scheduling test during 3L year

Disability Law

Louisiana Supreme Court settles ADA probe by DOJ over mental-health queries on bar application

Bar Exam

Law grads sue over ‘Barmageddon,’ seek refund of software fee and punitive damages

Careers

Students try to avoid law school costs with ‘reading law’ path to law license

Bar Exam

Barmageddon? Bar exam takers in multiple states can’t upload tests; deadlines extended

Business of Law

Should Iowa eliminate bar exam for in-state law grads? State’s lawyers have mixed views

National Pulse

State bars may probe applicants’ behavior, but not mental health status, says DOJ

Disability Law

LSAC to pay $7.73M, change LSAT policies in settlement of ADA suit

Legal History

Law students seek license for long-deceased would-be attorney

Careers

Florida lawmakers pass bill allowing noncitizens who stayed in the US illegally to get law licenses

Bar Exam

Thirty-eight 3Ls who took the Arizona bar in February await the test results

Letters to the Editor

Letters: The Stewart Model

Your ABA

Changes to bar pass standards delayed by lack of state data, panel says

Legal Ethics

DC federal court proposes elimination of reciprocity rule

Legal Ethics

Immigrants living in US illegally can’t be lawyers, top Florida court says

Civil Rights

DOJ says bar officials violate ADA by asking applicants too much about their mental health

Law Students

3Ls in New York would take early bar exam, devote final semester to pro bono in new program

Your ABA

Reciprocity fight returns as lawsuits press the ABA-advocated issue

Question of the Week

Do you think character and fitness standards for the bar are too lenient or too harsh?