Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Violation Of Bar Exam Rules Results in Denial Of Admission

The Ohio Supreme Court entered a series of orders today that included the denial of bar admission to seven persons who were caught violating test administration rules while taking the Ohio Bar examination. The orders recite that the applicants had "violated examination rules by returning to questions after time was called." Two applicants had done so on the Multistate Performance Test.

The denials do not prevent possible admission in the near future. The court will allow each of the applicants to reapply for admission at various times in 2010. The court denied a motion of one applicant to seal the matter. (Mike Frisch)

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