Friday, July 9, 2010
Well, you know something's up when the Illinois Board of Admissions to the Bar e-mails all of the people preparing to take the July bar exam to tell them:
"Quality of writing counts. Answers written in a form other than paragraphed essay form will not receive full credit. Excessive use of abbreviations, such as symbols, acronyms and text-talk may result in a score reduction."
You can read the full message here.