The results for the February sitting of California’s bar exam were bleak. Now law schools around the country can see just what role their graduates played in driving the overall pass rate on the exam to an all-time low 27.3 percent.

The state bar on Thursday released figures showing how alumni from many schools in California and around the country performed on the notoriously difficult-to-pass test. There is good news in the numbers for some schools.

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