What are the few states that do not require a law degree to become an attorney, only to pass their bar exam?
#16850. Asked by Socrates. (Feb 25 02 7:48 PM)
I know that California is one of them. A woman who passed the California bar the same year that I did learned what she needed to know to pass the bar by working in her husband's law office. In California you have to register as a person studying law. You can study under a supervising attorney who may be required to send reports to the Committee of Bar Examiners. (California Business and Professions Code 6060)
Mon Feb 25 14:26:18 CST 2002
Here's a site that lists all the states' requirements:
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