Washington, D.C.-area law deans appear to be at odds with their colleagues from around the country about whether local law students should be given priority for the upcoming D.C. bar exam, which will have limited seating.

The D.C. Court of Appeals said May 11 that its controversial decision to prioritize students from D.C.-area law schools for the upcoming July bar exam came at the urging of those schools’ deans.

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