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Should the BAR exam be eliminated as a requirement to practice law?
The BAR exam should be eliminated as a requirement to practice law.
The BAR Exam creates substantial barriers to otherwise viable candidates.
The BAR exam is injurious to the supply-side of the legal market.
Better alternatives exist to accomplish the intended purpose of the BAR Exam.
The BAR exam infringes on individual freedom by restricting upward socio-economic movement.
Society has a compelling interest in ensuring lawyer competency. The BAR exam serves this purpose.
The BAR exam serves a worthwhile purpose to deter unwanted potential attorneys.
The BAR exam and its existence fosters trust in legal professionals among the general public.
Passing the BAR exam is a stalwart tradition, a rite of passage that should be upheld.
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