Last Thursday, the California Supreme Court rendered its final decision regarding the fall 2020 bar exam. The court moved the exam to Oct. 5-6, permanently lowered the cut score, and directed the bar to implement a provisional licensing program, which would allow 2020 graduates limited practice in specified areas under supervision of a licensed attorney.

David Faigman, dean and chancellor of UC Hastings College of the Law, praised the decision:

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