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PROVISIONAL – Other states are expected to follow the lead of New Jersey, which has announced it will allow law graduates this spring to temporarily practice law under the supervision of experienced attorneys because of the July bar exam’s delay, Suzette Parmley reports. Several states, including New York, have said they are considering similar moves in light of exam complications due to COVID-19. 

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