- Automatic expungement trend gives clean slate to license applicants facing criminal background checks
- Board hid investigators’ actual caseload with fake data for Auditor
- Governor cites alleged cost to business in vetoing new licensing bill
- Licensing scheme for ship pilots, alleged to be monopolistic, is upheld
- Third-party licensee has no standing to challenge granting of license to another
- Board erred by denying hearing to applicant who pled constitutional issues
- Requirement that animal chiropractor be supervised by veterinarian upheld
Scoring errors caused 90 Georgia bar exam takers to be mistakenly told they’d failed the exam, the state Board of Bar Examiners announced Tuesday. The 90 takers of the July 2015 and February 2016 bar exams had, in fact, passed. “I am calling all 90 of these people personally,” said the board’s chair, John Sammon. It affected 90 exams (45 for July 2015 and 45 for February 2016) from a total of 1,931 people who took the two particular exams . . .
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