California state bar leaders on Tuesday recommended two options to the California Supreme Court for dealing with COVID-19′s impact on the July 2020 bar exam: postpone the two-day exam to Sept. 9 and 10 or cancel it altogether.

The bar also advised the high court, which has the ultimate authority over the exam, to convene a working group to study provisional licensing if a September exam does not take place.

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