The Colorado Supreme Court announced Friday that, starting in 2023, the minimum passing score, or cut score, on the Uniform Bar Examination (UBE) required for admission to practice law in Colorado will be lowered from 276 to 270.

The change is applicable to candidates for admission, beginning with the February 2023 administration of the UBE, as well as to candidates who seek to transfer their scores to Colorado from the February 2023 administration of the UBE in other jurisdictions, according to the Colorado Judicial Department’s announcement.

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