New Jersey To Consider Adopting Uniform Bar Exam

By Jeannie O'Sullivan (October 28, 2015, 9:00 PM EDT) -- The New Jersey Supreme Court is considering replacing the state's existing bar examination with a standardized version of the test, a measure that was adopted in New York this year and would allow those who pass to practice in other states that use the test. 

The Supreme Court Ad Hoc Committee on the Uniform Bar Examination has been formed to study the possibility of using the National Conference of Bar Examiner test, which will "significantly affect" New Jersey bar exam applicants because about half of them also test in New York, according to a statement from the New Jersey Judiciary on...

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