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SUPERVISED PRACTICE - Because of bar exam delays in New York and concerns about accommodating all test takers when the exam is expected to be administered in September, recent law graduates seeking to get licensed there will be authorized to engage in the “limited practice of law” under the supervision of a more experienced lawyer until testing delays and capacity constraints are resolved, Jack Newsham reports.

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