The next Georgia bar exam will depend more than ever on technology, given the test for more than 1,000 would-be attorneys will be conducted online. But for one key part, old-fashioned paper will play a big role.

The Office of Bar Admissions announced Monday that the three essay questions concerning Georgia law will be “open book,” meaning applicants will be able to refer to paper books and paper notes.

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