Jumping through hoops
A steady rise in the number of law schools has motivated Costa Rica to follow Brazil’s example and introduce a mandatory bar exam, with the aim of improving the quality of lawyers graduating. Lulu Rumsey finds out about the steps Costa Rica took to implement the exam and the challenges of introducing a similar policy in other jurisdictions in Latin America.
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