The Texas Board of Law Examiners is administering an in-person bar exam on Wednesday with a coronavirus-era twist: Applicants are taking the test in separate rooms on hotel floors rented by the board.
It’s a unique solution for how to license new attorneys while the pandemic makes the traditional bar exam setup - a one-room auditorium with hundreds of applicants breathing the same air - a health risk. But the plan carries its own problems, some applicants said.
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