A letter from Connecticut Supreme Court Chief Justice Richard Robinson to a group of law school graduates leaves the door slightly open to diploma privilege, which allows graduates to become licensed attorneys without having to sit for the bar exam.

In the July 29 letter to a group called Diploma Privilege for Connecticut, Robinson said he’d discussed the issue with Associate Justice Andrew McDonald, who also chairs the Rules Committee of the Superior Court in Connecticut.

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