Graduates from out-of-state law schools won’t get shut out of the New York bar exam after all.

The New York State Board of Bar Examiners announced this week that registration for the postponed July exam—now scheduled for Sept. 9 and 10—has closed, and all candidates who completed an application will be given a seat. That’s a major relief for the thousands of graduates from schools outside New York who were left wondering about their exam prospects when the board announced in late April that it likely would not be able to accommodate everyone and would give priority to graduates of in-state schools.

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