Tuesday, September 20, 2005

On reading the law

This AP article by Rebecca Carroll is about those who read for the law, to become licensed lawyers without going to law school. It says in part:

"California, Vermont, Virginia and Washington allow law readers to take bar exams after three or four years in apprenticeships registered with the state. Three other states - New York, Maine and Wyoming - let non-law school graduates take bar exams if they have a combination of office study and law school experience."

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