William G. Lawlor comments on a recent Wall Street Journal op-ed on the state of the Bar Exam:
"As the number of aspiring lawyers exploded, states adopted the Multistate Bar Exam, a multiple-choice test to be corrected by computers, supplemented by an essay portion. Prof. Bratman correctly notes that the Multistate Bar Exam is ill-suited to the task of assessing the suitability of future lawyers."
What do you think of the state of the Bar Exam? Are reforms moving in the right direction?