As states around the country reconsider plans to hold a fall bar exam, California’s Supreme Court and state bar will host an online meeting July 7 to hear from law school graduates registered to take the test.

In a message sent Tuesday to applicants for the next bar exam, the state bar said the three-hour Zoom meeting will offer participants one minute each to share their thoughts with the court and bar officials. Applicants can also submit written comments.

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