Back in March, when the phrase “social distancing” was still new, a group of law professors urged bar authorities around the country to start planning major changes for the next bar exam, scheduled for the last week of July.

The 11 professors, including Andrea Curcio of Georgia State University College of Law, said online bar exams would be risky because applicants could have trouble accessing safe spaces and solid Internet service, among other challenges.

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