The Florida Board of Bar Examiners’ (FBBE) inability to structure a sensible and predictable bar examination for the thousands of as-yet-unadmitted lawyers who have been studying for the last few months is indefensible. It harms the recent graduates, who are subjected to uncertainty and heightened levels of stress during an already difficult time; it harms law firms who are waiting for their new attorneys to show up and begin working; but most importantly it harms the clients of lawyers and law firms throughout Florida—the very people the FBBE is supposed to protect.
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