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RECORD LOW - The job market for law grads is tough enough right now, and then there’s this: The percentage of would-be lawyers who passed California’s February 2020 bar exam plummeted to a historic low of 26.8%. That’s fewer than 3 in 10 of the 4,205 test takers, Cheryl Miller reports, and it’s the lowest success rate recorded in California since at least 1951.

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