California’s Supreme Court on Monday approved the charter for a new committee that will consider the future of the bar exam, including whether all or portions of the test should be administered online even after the pandemic ends.

The 17-member Blue Ribbon Commission on the Future of the California Bar Exam will conduct a broad review of the controversial test, ultimately recommending to the high court whether to keep it as a tool for measuring whether a lawyer is minimally competent.

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