Less than a week after a software glitch sent bar-examination takers scrambling to upload their answers, disgruntled law graduates have filed two class actions against the company that provided the testing software.

Phillip Litchfield, a May graduate of Chicago-Kent College of Law, filed his claim against ExamSoft Worldwide Inc. on Aug. 4 in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, seeking more than $5 million on behalf of bar-exam takers.

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