Two years after graduating law school, Derby, Conn., resident Mel Thompson still can’t gain permission to sit for the Connecticut bar exam.
His law degree, obtained from an Internet correspondence school headquartered in California, was deemed inadequate by the Connecticut Bar Examining Committee, and Thompson filed suit pro se in September 2005 for the right to be tested.
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