Only in 4 states, California, Washington, Vermont and Virginia.Is it possible to take the bar exam without going to law school?
There is no constitutional requirement of a law degree for Court appointments.It is. However, to become a supreme court justice you need to have completed one.
I misread the original post so the new strat would be to take it once to feel the questions out, research the essay questions, then try again. four states allow you to skip law school entirely but you'll have to apprentice under a judge or other attorney.
Hey, if Kim “I fuck for fame” Kardashian passes the bar here soon, we will have to rethink law school in general.In theory? Yes. In reality, lmao no. Good luck.