Plaintiffs’ firm eyes class action over bar exam tech problems

  • At least one law firm has launched an investigation into last week’s remote bar exam
  • Some test takers lost exam time when their computers crashed
  • Software provider ExamSoft paid $2.1 million in 2015 to settle similar claims

Aug 2 – After technical problems marred last week’s remote bar exam for some aspiring lawyers, at least one plaintiffs’ firm is investigating potential litigation against Examsoft, the software company that jurisdictions hired to deliver the test.

Pennsylvania-based firm Sauder Schelkopf said it has launched a class action investigation on behalf of July 2021 bar examinees, some of whom saw their computers crash