rinkrat19 wrote:Failed. Score breakdown comes later in the mail.
Will probably lose my DA's office fellowship spot (although hopefully not the fellowship if my school lets me scramble to line up another spot). Oregon doesn't allow you work as a lawyer with a student certification after failing, so I'm mostly useless to them since I can't prosecute cases. Maybe I can see if the DA or AG or PD in Vancouver, WA would take me, because I think Washington doesn’t care about exams and just has a 9 month limit.
Bummer, sorry to hear that. I have Oregon friends who also failed. It was a horrible pass rate this year... must have been one brutal test. Getting Rule 9 certification is super easy, just make sure your application is 100% accurate and you include any traffic related offenses (I had a friend whose parking ticket showed up as a traffic ticket when WSBA was doing their background check on her, called her up, and implied she had lied on her application. They later figured it out, but hearing that story scared me to death when I was trying to get my certification). Anyways, one way or another you'll make it work