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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 18. Professional And Occupational Licensing
Agency 35. Board Of Bar Examiners
Chapter 20. Law Reader Program Rule
7/25/2021

18VAC35-20-270. Decision.

At the conclusion of an evaluation, the board may:

1. Determine whether the reader appears to have successfully archived an understanding of the preceding year's work and is eligible and authorized to begin the next year of the program;

2. Determine the reader has satisfactorily completed the program and is qualified to sit for the bar examination, subject to any requirements for sitting for the bar examination as set forth in the Rules of the Virginia Board of Bar Examiners;

3. Direct the reader to repeat designated prescribed or elective courses, devote more time to each course, take remedial legal or nonlegal instruction, appear before the board at more frequent intervals for an examination which may be written or oral;

4. Require the reader to change supervising attorneys; or

5. Advise the reader that the reader's enrollment in the program is terminated.

Statutory Authority

§§ 54.1-3922 and 54.1-3926 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from VR168-01-04 § 7.4, eff. March 1, 1993.

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