Judge Certifies Class In Wis. Bar Exam Policy Case

Law360, New York (June 16, 2008, 12:00 AM EDT) -- In a case that was remanded by an appeals court, a district court on Friday certified a class action against the state of Wisconsin's board of bar examiners and Supreme Court over the state's policy of letting in-state law school graduates practice law in the state without passing its bar examination.

The suit was originally filed in April 2007 by Christopher L. Wiesmueller, a lifelong Wisconsin resident who attended the Oklahoma City University School of Law and intended to practice in Wisconsin.

Wiesmueller said that Wisconsin's...
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