When software fails a bunch of future lawyers

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This should go without saying: If you sell software that law students depend upon to become full-fledged lawyers, you had better make sure it works when those students need it most, in other words when they take their bar exams.

From an AP story:

So in late July, with one day of the grueling session behind them, thousands of law students were surprised to find that they couldn’t upload their answers using the software they purchased from Florida-based ExamSoft Worldwide Inc.

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Network World Paul McNamara