Yes, civil procedure will be on the bar exam

, The National Law Journal

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The Multistate Bar Exam is getting its first major update in nearly four decades. Starting in 2015, civil procedure will be added to the 200-question, multiple-choice exam that almost all aspiring lawyers must take.

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  • Avon

    PLEASE PLEASE FIX this article before sending it into the archives, or (worse yet) into print!

    There is no such word (thank goodness) as "lynchpin" ... it's "linchpin"!
    We do NOT want to talk about Civil Procedure as illegally killing people, but rather as clinching the law into coherence.

    Thank you, in advance, I'm hoping.

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