Not one law school in the state of New York improved its performance from 1998 on the state bar examination given in July 1999.

In fact, two law schools � Syracuse and New York � experienced double-digit declines in their pass rates, with Syracuse down a full 10 percentage points to 65 percent of its students passing and New York Law School, with the biggest decline, down 12 percentage points to just 58 percent passing.

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