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BETTER – The six-year slide in bar exam pass rates nationwide looks to be at an end. Karen Sloan reports that all but a handful of jurisdictions have thus far announced their results for the July 2019 exam, and the vast majority posted modest gains in their overall pass rates while a smaller number saw pass rate increases of 7% or more. Many are eagerly awaiting to see what happens in California, where scores  are not scheduled to come out until Nov. 15. Just 41% of bar takers there passed last July’s exam.

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