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I am planning to take the bar exam out of state. I know the MBE requires common law property & contracts.
Is it reasonable to expect that I could pass the bar exam having never taken common law property & contracts??? Can I learn these for the first time this summer while at the same time studying for the Bar Exam generally??
Any advice is appreciated!
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