Indiana is the latest jurisdiction to get creative with the bar exam amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Indiana Supreme Court announced May 7 that the exam will take place in late July, but it will be shortened to one day—down from the usual two—and it will be delivered online. That makes Indiana the first jurisdiction to commit to an online July exam, and the first to say it is creating its own coronavirus version of the licensing test. (Both Massachusetts and California have said their bar exams might be online, but each have postponed the July test until September.)

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