The District of Columbia’s February bar exam is on track to take place as scheduled next month, after the prolonged partial government shutdown threw the test into uncertainty.

The District of Columbia court system’s Committee of Admissions announced late Friday that the exam will take place Feb. 26 and 27, and the District of Columbia Bar has committed to ensuring the exam is administered even if the government closes again before the test. The three-week deal to reopen the government extends through February 15.

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