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Maryland Court Adopts 2-Part Test to Determine Future Attorney’s Accommodation for State Bar Exam

“For too long, aspiring lawyers with disabilities could not get needed accommodations unless they could afford expensive testing to further document their disabilities,” Jessica P. Weber, a partner at Brown Goldstein & Levy, told Law.com.

       

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