The council of the American Bar Association’s Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar voted during its hybrid meeting in Chicago on Friday to send out proposed amendments to Standard 503 for public comment.

The vote to send out Standard 503, which involves whether any standardized test should be required for law school admission, for Notice and Comment was passed with only one person, Alicia Alvarez, opposing the motion.

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