California Law School Deans Want Bar Exam Pass Score Lowered
Deans of 20 law schools make their pitch to the state Supreme Court.
The deans of 20 California law schools on Wednesday asked the state Supreme Court to temporarily lower the bar exam’s minimum passing score to let the State Bar study whether the number is unjustifiably high.
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