Louisiana bar exam test-takers won’t have to commit material to memory after the state Supreme Court on Thursday announced that July tests will be open book and conducted remotely due to the pandemic.


An order approved Wednesday by the state’s highest court mirrors a similar decision last year that allowed law school graduates and out-of-state attorneys seeking licenses to also take the exam remotely and without proctors. Read more...

If you thought LSU had the market cornered in covering up a scandal or two, allow me to introduce a host of judges in the Fourth Judicial District Court in Monroe and a special appointed judge from down on the bayou. Read More...

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