Beginning in February, Connecticut Bar exam applicants will only be asked to reveal mental health issues that occurred within the previous five years rather than the previous 10, as the inquiry now requires. But opponents of such questioning argue that the screening process should focus more on current conduct than personal history.

The Connecticut Bar Examining Committee recently voted to adjust the language in questions 34 and 35, starting with the February 2007 Bar exam application.

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