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I want to do an LLM with an eye toward taking a bar exam in the US. In which states should I look for law schools?
I want to do an LLM with an eye toward taking a bar exam in the US. In which states should I look for law schools?
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Nb215
If you want your llm to "kind of" prepare you for the bar, you should pick US Law as an area of study. (They have subjects that included in bar exams) You can study in any school and try to pass bar in New York or California states.
If you want your llm to "kind of" prepare you for the bar, you should pick US Law as an area of study. (They have subjects that included in bar exams) You can study in any school and try to pass bar in New York or California states.
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Thanks for the response. I take it that you're suggesting the NY and CA bar exams because they allow you to practice in other US states, right?
Thanks for the response. I take it that you're suggesting the NY and CA bar exams because they allow you to practice in other US states, right?
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chicken so...
Maybe you're thinking about the Uniform Bar Exam (UBE)? This is where you take an exam in one state that has the UBE, and then transfer your score to other states which also use the UBE. But it's not all states that participate - New York does, now, but California does not.
Maybe you're thinking about the Uniform Bar Exam (UBE)? This is where you take an exam in one state that has the UBE, and then transfer your score to other states which also use the UBE. But it's not all states that participate - New York does, now, but California does not.
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Ah, ok, thanks!
Ah, ok, thanks!
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