New York is moving forward with an online bar exam this fall, a week after it canceled the September test with no alternative.

The New York Court of Appeals on Thursday announced it would administer the state bar exam remotely on October 5 and 6 as a one-time, emergency option. The news comes after the jurisdiction canceled its in-person exam, which was rescheduled from late July for September 9 and 10, citing the impracticality of holding it during a global pandemic.

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