Lawmakers urge bar admission without exam

Letter cites 'desperate' need for lawyers

Twenty-five Maryland legislators are urging the state’s top court to permit law school graduates to be admitted to the bar without having to take this fall’s online exam, citing fairness concerns wrought by COVID-19 and the pressing need for more lawyers to serve low-income residents at increased risk of losing their homes and limited savings ...

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