Thursday, October 29, 2020

Building a Better Bar

Hat tip to Prof. Natalie Rodriguez!  

Speaking of hope, here's a new article entitled "Building a Better Bar: The Twelve Building Blocks of Minimum Competency."    The prelude argues that bar exams should be open book, using written problems only (no multiple-choice questions), set in practice settings, with more time for responding to questions.

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What Indiana did comes close: open-book with no multiple-choice questions. The results came back quickly and were the best in years.

Posted by: Otto Stockmeyer | Oct 30, 2020 6:20:08 AM

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