Even though the D.C. Court of Appeals had limited seating to 1,550 and had given priority seating to students who attended D.C.-area law schools for the July Uniform Bar Exam, it appears everyone who registered for the test got a seat.

Law school deans across the country had expressed outrage over the D.C. Court of Appeals’ May 2 announcement that had originally limited seating for the July 2022 Uniform Bar Exam to 1,100 at the D.C. Armory on July 26 and 27 and that gave preference to students from D.C.-area law schools.

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