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California will allow a graduate from a foreign law school if:

A general applicant who has a first degree in law from a law school located in
a foreign state or country must:

(A) Obtain from a credential evaluation service approved by the
Committee a certificate that the applicant’s first degree in law is
substantially equivalent to a Juris Doctor degree awarded by a law
school approved by the American Bar Association or accredited by the
Committee; or

(B) Obtain from a credential evaluation service approved by the
Committee a certificate that the applicant’s first degree in law meets
the educational requirements for admission to practice law in the
foreign state or country in which it was obtained.

AND

(Roughly) an LLM from an ABA school.

My question is this. Does anyone know someone that obtained their LLB from the University of London External 2Yr Graduate Program + ABA LLM and was allowed to sit for the CalBar?

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