Schools look to ease bar exam pressure with midday meals, massages

07/29/2010 | Columbus Dispatch (Ohio), The

Some law schools are pampering would-be lawyers by offering free lunches and other services -- such as massages and antacid tablets -- to nervous students sitting their bar exams. "Historically, people who took the bar exam ate lunch in their cars. I just think that's sad," says one University of Cincinnati College of Law official.

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