SAN FRANCISCO — In the case of a law professor who wants access to racial and academic data on applicants to the California State Bar, an appeal court panel today sounded torn.

It’s a public records fight that implicates a contentious hypothesis on affirmative action, and two justices on the First District Court of Appeal panel that heard the case appeared ready to draw opposite conclusions. The third didn’t tip his hand.

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