New York should ditch the Uniform Bar Exam and develop its own attorney licensing test, with an emphasis on state law.
That’s the conclusion of a New York State Bar Association task force that has been examining the 2015 move to the Uniform Bar Exam and mulling a planned overhaul of that exam by the National Conference of Bar Examiners.
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