OUTSTANDING ONLINE LAW GRADUATE PERMITTED TO TAKE MASSACHUSETTS BAR EXAMRoss Mitchell sued the Massachusetts Board of Bar Examiners for preventing him from taking the bar exam because he does not have a degree from a law school accredited by the American Bar Association. The Supreme Court of Massachusetts ordered that this exceptional online school graduate be allowed to take the bar exam.
The following questions have been addressed in this article:What are the Supreme Court of Massachusetts' main considerations in Mitchell's case?
What additional arguments did support Mitchell's position?
What are the ramifications of this decision for online law school graduates?
What was the dissenting opinion in the case?