DOWNWARD SPIRAL – It just keeps getting worse for bar exam takers. New data from the American Bar Association shows that just shy of 75 percent of the people who took the licensing test for the first time in 2018 passed, down from 77 percent in 2017, Karen Sloan reports. Pass rates have been on a five-year slide, and The Big Fail—an ongoing series from Law.com—examines what’s driving the trend and how law schools and legal employers are responding.
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