i am a foregn educated lawyer (UK) wanting to work as an attorney in the USA. I hear that different states have varrying degrees of difficulty in its bar exams.
which is the easier one???
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I would suggest you look at the pass/fail rate to give you some guide. Most have been made easier due to the preparation course work for the bar exam.
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The one that your law school implicitly expected you to take. State-specific "orientation" inevitably colors a law school education.
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