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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 8, 1975)
mo'nday, September 8, 1975
Courses may not always
cover bar examination
Continued from p. I
Legal Education, said that Nebraska has
a comparatively low failure rate. Fourteen
per cent failed the June exam. For
example, 50 per cent of the students taking
the exam in Massachusetts fail, he said.
Although Grether pointed out that the
Nebraska Supreme Court distributes a list
of subjects covered on the exam, he said he .
has learned from students that a new ques
tion on federal taxation, which students
claimed is not taught at UNL was on the
But John North of Omaha said commis
sion members reviewed the school's" cur
riculum before adding new subjects to the
Grether said he thinks this is part of
the problem that has caused student
dissatisfaction about the exam-the Law
College is not always notified of needed
courses in time for all students to take
them. Even so, Ricketts said students can
take short courses on unfamiliar subjects.
Although Crump said he believes UNL
does teach all subject matter covered on
the exam, he said a student cannot take all
of the courses. Because of the many areas
of law, students must depend on their
chosen curriculum and independent stjidy
in preparing for the exam, Crump said.
Prokes, who plans on a January exam
date, said from what he has heard, the
exam sounds fair. Prokes said he also
thought that preparation for the exam is
largely "independent study and a lot of
hard work." He pointed out UNL's lack
of a bar review course, saying that a general
law education such as UNL's might cause
discrepancy on the Nebraska bar , exam,
which covers Nebraska law. r ?
Even so, Berger said Nebraska has been
"credited with having been too easy an
exam," and that the passing rate was
Berger added that he has a "very good
rapport" with law students and helps as
much as possible when they come to him.
8 a.m.-5 p.m.-Schoo! of Basic Bank
tag-Nebraska Center for Continuing Edu
8:30 a.m. -4 p.m. Community Involve
ment Services interviews-Nebraska Union
10:30 a.m. Business Education 120 --'
11:30 a.m. Psychology Dept. - lunch
, eon Union Pewter Room.
1 p.m. Vocational Education Dept. -Union
2 p.m.- Health Education - P.E. 101
instructors - Union 216.
3 p.m. Career Action Commission -Union
3 . p.m.-Health Education majors
5:30 p.m. Towne Club pledges - Union
6 p.m.- Towne Club - Union Harvest
6:30 p.m.-Tau Kappa Epsilon Union
,222. - -. .
: ' 7" p.m. Government and Labor Con
ference - Nebraska Center for Continuing
7 p.m.-Table Tennis Club - Union
Conference Rooms. , , ;
7:30 p.m.- Prospective Law Students
Association Union 242.
7:30 p.m.- College Career Fellowship
7:30 p.m.- Math Counselors - Union
7:30 p.m.- Delta Sigma Pi - Union 337.
7:30- Chancellor's Office-reception -Union
Centennial Room. '
8 a.m. -5 p.m.- School of Basic Banking
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8 p.m.- Keith Berger-mirnist Woman's
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