Students taking part in February’s New York bar examination on a laptop computer will be using different software than that which malfunctioned for some candidates in July 2007.

In addition, candidates will be required to sign new, more detailed waivers next month absolving the state Board of Law Examiners of liability if hardware, software or even the electricity in the examination hall fails during the test.

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