Graduates of New York’s top two law schools performed even better on the July bar exam than their classmates did a year ago but passing rates decreased at 12 New York schools and five saw steep declines.
At one-third of the state’s 15 schools, the pass rates dropped by more than 8 percentage points. Three schools saw double-digit reductions.
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