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The Appellate Process For A Bar Exam Appeal

Posted on Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Once your bar exam appeal is submitted, it generally takes several weeks to receive your results. If your appeal is unsuccessful, no additional appellate review is allowed. Your only option is to file a complaint for superintending control with the Michigan Supreme Court. In other words, you really only get one shot at an appeal.


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