Faced with hundreds of Connecticut law school graduates not able to take the state bar examination in July due to COVID-19-related disruptions, the Rules Committee of Superior Court has approved recommendations to loosen guidelines to allow students to make court presentations—in some instances—without a supervising attorney present.

State law school deans and members of the Connecticut Bar Examining Committee, who made the recommendations that were adopted on Monday, said they realized it was essential to give graduating students a chance to practice law in the interim.

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