Block on Trump's Asylum Ban Upheld by Supreme Court
Becoming certified to practice law in the U.S. usually involves three years of rigorous study. Followed by a month of studying, sleepless nights, hyper-caffeination, and maybe even a little premature hair loss. And it all leads up to to a multi-hour or multi-day exam which tolls more of the same. And the initial reward for finishing? A three-month long wait.
You might think we have it tough in the U.S., but before you pack up your bags (and law books) and ship off to greener law pastures abroad, there might be a thing or two to be thankful for...
Why You're Glad You Took a Bar Exam in the U.S. :
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