In this video from the ABA Midyear Meeting, ABA delegates to the House of Delegates debated Resolution 109, which urges bar admission authorities in each state and territory to adopt the Uniform Bar Examination in their respective jurisdictions. Proponents, including our own delegate, Christopher Jennison, argued that doing so will result in a more efficient and less costly exam process and a “portable score” for recent law graduates who are already saddled with significant debt.
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