Two young men who tried to launch their careers as lawyers by cheating on their law school entry exam in 1997 are about to move on to the civil law section of their education.

The Law School Admission Council, which produces and administers the Law School Admission Test, has sued Danny Khatchaturian and Dikran Iskendarian in Los Angeles Superior Court, seeking “in excess of $600,000″ for alleged conversion and theft of trade secrets.

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