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ONE BAR EXAM IS MORE THAN ENOUGH IN THE EU

The European Union has concluded that one bar exam is more than enough. In the EU there are 40 countries, one million lawyers, and 23 official languages. In stark contrast to the American system, there is a unified goal of homogeny and mutual reciprocation amongst the European Union countries. Entry into the practice of law is regulated to be in the best interest of the citizens represented by attorneys. A lawyer licensed in one country can open an office temporarily or permanently in any country in the EU. Once practicing for three years in that country he becomes a member of his new country’s profession in addition to his initial licensing country. Further, law students and other people in the middle of legal training may transfer to other EU countries to compete their legal training and licensing. This allows people engaged in legal training to choose their country of practice, without fear of being pigeonholed in their “home” country.

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