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Susan Smith Bakhshian clinical professor of law, director of bar programs at LMU Loyola Law School. Susan Smith Bakhshian, clinical professor of law, director of bar programs at LMU Loyola Law School.

A fair bar exam cannot be administered today. The State Bar and the California Supreme Court have spent months unsuccessfully searching for a way to offer the bar exam. This must stop. When all of the options are carefully evaluated and no workable solutions exist, it is time to move into the modern age and chart a new path—one without an exam. The focus on an exam to the exclusion of all other solutions has left California with no plan at all.

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