Angry Bar Candidates Sue Over Exam Software Problems

, The National Law Journal


Less than a week after a software glitch sent bar-examination takers scrambling to upload their answers, disgruntled law graduates have filed two class actions against the company that provided the testing software.

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  • CZA

    I was there I work for ES. Support people were told by management to lie and the support lines were backed up over 2 hours. eventually the lie was so ridiculous that people gave up completely on taking calls. consumer fraud at its finest. ES doesnt want to refund anyone either unless they force their hand

  • Bob L.

    The same thing happened last summer with the Maryland bar exam. Dozens of exam takers were unable to upload their exams. When pressed for an explanation, ExamSoft representatives blamed the high volume of test takers. Are they going to use this same excuse year after year instead of investing in their infrastructure?

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