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Barbarians at the Bar: Regulation of the Legal Profession Through the Admissions Process

Gaining admission to the Bar is not easy. An undergraduate education, the LSAT, three intensive years at a law school, and the infamously difficult Bar exam (especially in my state, California) presumably screen out a fair share of potential attorneys … Continue reading

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