Panel Near Decision on Law Schools' Bar Exam Passage Rates

, The National Law Journal

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An American Bar Association panel is near a decision about whether to tighten the rules governing rates of bar-examination passage.

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    Well said!

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    Well said!

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    As the parent of two attorneys in different states, Florida and Georgia; I can say that there are clearly too many Law School grads. The quality is pretty sub-standard; resulting in bloated Bar submissions, and failures. The quality and work ethic of fellow lawyers is not to be believed. If we want to improve the perception of lawyers, we must trim the ranks.

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