Professor Alberto Bernabe - The University of Illinois-Chicago School of Law
Wednesday, February 27, 2013
How not to (start) the practice of law: cheat during the bar exam
A couple of years ago I reported on a case in which the Appellate Division of New York's Supreme Court affirmed a decision nullifying the results of a candidate's bar exam because it was determined that he or she was trying to cheat during the exam. Today, Lowering the Bar is reporting on a case in which a candidate in Ohio will have to reapply for admission because she kept writing after time expired. This is despite the fact that she passed the test even after being given a zero on the most important question as a penalty.
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