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However, every time I logged in the NYLC and trying to repeat the NYLC, it says that I have completed the NYLC and forbids me from taking the NYLC again. Any idea how to retake the NYLC? Many thanks.
NY Bar's hotline is shutdown b/c the coronavirus. . . .
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If you took the July '19 UBE, even if you failed, the above language suggests your NYLC/NYLE hasn't expired.NY BOLE wrote:An applicant may complete the NYLC up to one year before or any time after the date on which the applicant first sits for the UBE
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