What is the MPRE?
The Multistate Professional Responsibility Examination (MPRE) is a separate test that is required for admission to the bar in almost every state except: Maryland, Wisconsin, and Puerto Rico. Despite the common misconception, it does not test an individual’s moral and ethical values. Instead, its purpose is to test examinees’ understanding of the ethical standards regarding the professional conduct of practicing attorneys. [Read more…] about A Brief Guide to the MPRE