Georgia State University College of Law is taking a high-tech approach to the troubling national phenomenon of declining bar pass rates.

The law school is developing a program that uses data analytics to identify students most at risk for failing the bar exam. To do that, it’s compiling a comprehensive database that tracks pass rates for its recent graduates, starting with the class of 2012, against their grades, classes taken and a multitude of other factors, such as time spent on bar preparation.

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