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NO FIRM PLANS - It’s not just law grads riding the wild roller coaster that is the July 2020 bar exam—law firms are on there too, and everyone’s getting a little queasy. David Thomas, Brenda Sapino Jeffreys and Christine Simmons report that while some firms have already committed to pushing back start dates and implementing study leaves when Class of 2020 graduates are finally able to take the bar exam, many others are still trying to get a handle on a plan as states continue fumblin’, stumblin’, bumblin’ through attempts to develop COVID-19 contingencies.

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