bar examination


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Noun1.bar examination - an examination conducted at regular intervals to determine whether a candidate is qualified to practice law in a given jurisdictionbar examination - an examination conducted at regular intervals to determine whether a candidate is qualified to practice law in a given jurisdiction; "applicants may qualify to take the New York bar examination by graduating from an approved law school"; "he passed the bar exam on his third try"
exam, examination, test - a set of questions or exercises evaluating skill or knowledge; "when the test was stolen the professor had to make a new set of questions"
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There seems to be no respite in the crisis of mass Bar examination failures.
The Bar examination is a gruelling month-long examination conducted on four consecutive Sundays of November with two subjects per Sunday.
'The GLC wishes to assure the public that it is committed to ensuring the integrity of the Bar Examination process and outcomes.'
The Bar examination results was released by the Supreme Court last Friday.
The Missouri Supreme Court says some prospective lawyers who can't take the bar examination in Washington, D.C., during the government shutdown can apply for the exam in Missouri.
Perhaps most readers are only interested in learning enough about community property law to pass the California Bar Examination, says Myers, and he is alright with that, though thinks that any lawyer would benefit from knowing at least the basics.
"The switch to a portable bar examination acknowledges the changing reality while maintaining Illinois' high standard of legal competency."
In anticipation of the Virginia Bar Examination, in 2016 Oliver obtained an updated psychological evaluation, with diagnoses of a Specific Reading Disorder and Major Depressive Disorder.
It will be a little easier for lawyers licensed in New Hampshire to practice in other states, and vice versa, now that the New Hampshire Supreme Court has formally adopted the Uniform Bar Examination.
It has been pointed out that the supply of lawyers in Japan is below the optimum level, mainly because of the extremely low pass rate for the bar examination (e.g., Kinoshita 2000, 2002).
School of Law), this volume contains practice questions and answers of the same format as the Multistate Bar Examination and also provides guidance on strategies and tactics for approaching the exam.