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Joan Howarth began researching attorney licensing and efficacy of the bar exam back in the 1990s, but for decades it was lonely work. A handful of fellow legal academics joined her in critiquing the long-standing and little-changed lawyer licensing test and offering ideas for reform over the years, but their proposals fell flat with the bar examiners and state supreme courts that control the attorney admission process.

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