Florida is sticking with the July bar exam.

The Florida Board of Bar Examiners announced May 5 that it intends to move ahead with the regularly scheduled bar exam July 28 and 29, and that the Florida Supreme Court has signed off on the plan. That makes Florida the largest jurisdiction to administer the licensing exam in July without offering another test date in September. Last year, 2,688 people sat for Florida’s July bar exam—the fourth largest July test in the country.

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