A new bar exam slated to debut in 2026, which will test more skills and fewer subjects than its current incarnation, is now ready for public comment from legal professionals.

The National Conference of Bar Examiners has asked the legal community to weigh in on preliminary outlines of exam content that, once finalized, will guide future test takers, law schools and exam drafters as the new exam approaches.

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