A law professor’s long-proposed study about affirmative action’s effect on bar exams’ pass rates has encountered another obstacle.

In a tentative opinion released last week, San Francisco Superior Court Judge Curtis Karnow deflated UCLA School of Law professor Richard Sander’s plans by finding that the documents he seeks — California State Bar historical data on past bar exams — don’t fall within the scope of documents traditionally subject to public disclosure.

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