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ABA Votes Down Tougher New Bar-Passage Rule

The American Bar Association has decided to hold off on imposing a tougher bar-passage standard on the nation’s accredited law schools. The ABA’s House of Delegates on Monday voted down a resolution requiring 75% of a law school’s graduates to pass the bar exam within two years. Currently, ABA rules aim for 75% passage, but they contain loopholes […]

(via WSJ)