Hundreds of candidates expressed their outrage Tuesday when the Denver Post quoted a plaintiff from the State Supreme Court as saying that the privilege of graduates is “people who do not want to take the bar exam. As for “she,” he writes “above the law,” claiming that the Denver Post misquoted her, but refuses to indicate in his email what she actually said. Earlier this week, Bar Association examiners changed security protocols, forcing candidates to wear masks throughout the exam – other states are trying to create enough social distance to remove masks while they sit – and reduce the occupancy of various exam camps that could accommodate 36 to 122 people. In response to this situation, some graduates had written a petition with more than 1,300 signatures requesting an alternative to the personal bar exam in July, including an emergency diploma in privileged education and an extramural bar exam. Join us on 17 July to learn best practices in response to the Coronavirus pandemic and how to optimize your business in the digital age. But while this is an accurate quote, it is reported that plaintiffs have taken it from history that Supreme Court officials have openly denied their request. Although the number of deaths in the state remained elegantly low and intensive care units are not currently overcrowded, we have seen how this can change rapidly as the number of infections increases. Cloud computing provides far greater security than many law firms can offer on their own. We will never sell or share your information without your permission.