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Article on the Diploma Privilege Debate

The ABA Journal E-report has an interesting article on the debate surrounding the diploma privilege in Wisconsin.

Would-be lawyers who intend to practice in Wisconsin would be well-advised to attend one of the state's two law schools.

That's because Wisconsin is the only state in the country that still allows graduates of its two law schools to be admitted to practice without having to take the bar exam.

But that won't be the case for long, if State Bar of Wisconsin President Steven Levine has his way.

Comments

Bonnie, actually, I don't think that it is a right solution for future lawers to be admitted to practice without having to take the bar exam. We do not need incompetent staff.

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