California State Bar officials said Sunday they will launch an independent investigation into how the essay topics for this week’s bar exam were disclosed to 16 law school deans Thursday.
One of those deans—bar officials declined to identify which one—alerted a bar staffer Saturday that a memo inviting law school executives to observe a future exam grading session also improperly disclosed six areas that will be covered by the test.
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