I'm referring to both Legis and Anon 12:40 in the comments to my last post.
Anon is right when he says that I can't take the exam in another state. Yet. Because I went to a non-ABA school. But when I do pass, I'll be able to sit for the exam in a limited number of states. Then, after I've practiced in California for five years, the number of states in which I can take the exam increases yet again. I don't know the exact numbers in either category because I really don't want to move out of state. I was born in L.A, and grew up in SoCal. I like it here.
Legis is right because, well, because everything in that comment is something I've said before in one way or another. No one's giving up. We're going to pass this thing.