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CLT columnist and former state Chief Disciplinary Counsel Mark Dubois.

Most of the 2020 bar exams are now done and off for grading, with some unusual happenings, such as the test taker who claims to have wet himself because he couldn’t leave the camera on the laptop he was using for the remote access, and the much-celebrated Chicago taker who went into labor on day one, had her baby and then returned to finish day two. I bet she’ll get some offers simply because she clearly fits the “superwoman” mold. In any event, it’s probably a good time to look at the question of how we keep the gate to the profession.

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