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Report: Those who never pass bar exam initially, lag far behind those who do.

Original posting: http://www.law.com/jsp/nlj/PubArticleNLJ.jsp?id=1202474097302&Report_Those_who_never_pass_bar_exam_initially_lag_far_behind_those_who_do_ Karen Sloan October 28, 2010 What happens to law school graduates who fail the bar exam? Scholars and researchers have largely ignored the topic, but a new paper in the Journal of Legal Education examines that question. The paper, titled “Marooned: An Empirical Investigation […]

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C.A. Rebukes Applicant for Attacking Bar Exam Grading

C.A. Rebukes Applicant for Attacking Bar Exam Grading By SHERRI M. OKAMOTO, Staff Writer This district’s Court of Appeal yesterday sternly rebuked a Maryland lawyer who sued the State Bar of California over its exam grading review procedures after failing to gain admission for the third time. Div. Two, […]

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California and New York Bar Exam Prep is key for attorneys and repeaters

California bar exam candidates have individual bar review needs specific to their situations.  Repeat takers and out of state attorneys sitting for the California bar exam face a greater challenge than their first time taker counterparts.  Bar exam pass rates for both categories lag far behind first […]

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Executive Bar Review Eases Transition to California for Out-of-State Lawyers | Reuters.com

Tue May 12, 2009 1:35pm EDT BEVERLY HILLS, Calif., May 12 / — The State Bar of California requires that lawyers from other jurisdictions obtain a California license before practicing in the state in almost any capacity. Lawyers with fewer than 4 years in practice must sit […]

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