Bar-examination meaning

An examination that must be passed by persons who wish to practice law in the United States.
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The definition of a bar examination is a written test that assesses the legal knowledge of a person seeking to practice law in a specific state.

An example of a bar examination is the test a student of Harvard Law would take in order to become a practicing attorney.

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A written examination administered by a state or an established licensing authority, such as a state bar association, usually lasting two or more days, that tests the legal knowledge of individuals seeking a license to practice law in a particular state. See admission.
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