Hurdle for law graduates in latest CLP rule

THE latest amendment to the yearly Certificate in Legal Practice (CLP) examination registration has affected many law graduates, including me, and is hampering our dreams of becoming lawyers.

Previously, we were allowed to repeat the exam up to eight times through two registrations of four times each. Now, we can repeat up to four times in one registration only.

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