A wealth of bar passage data recently released by the American Bar Association provides the most comprehensive picture yet of which law schools’ graduates are acing the test, and which are struggling.

The ABA this year overhauled the timing and format of how it reports schools’ bar pass rates in a bid to get that information out to the public faster, and to make it easier to compare data across schools.

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