The ABA Journal has published the following summary today to reflect more changes announced by bar jurisdictions yesterday:
In light of public health concerns, Illinois and New York have joined the growing list of states that canceled in-person bar exams, with plans for an October remote test offered by the National Conference of Bar Examiners.
Ohio and New Hampshire made similar announcements Wednesday, as did Tennessee, Washington, D.C., Massachusetts and New Jersey during the month of July. Maryland is also offering the NCBE October exam, which the state announced in June.
Additionally, Louisiana announced on Wednesday that the state would be offering diploma privilege for candidates who graduated from an ABA-accredited law school no earlier than December 2019.
According to the NCBE’s website, Utah, Oregon and Washington are also offering diploma privilege.