The New York State Bar Association may take on the Board of Law Examiners in an effort to head off plans to increase the passing score on the bar exam.

At a meeting in Albany, N.Y., Saturday, the organization’s Committee on Legal Education and Admission will ask the bar group to reaffirm its opposition to the measure, insist that the board release records of public hearings on the issue and ask the Court of Appeals to revisit the matter.

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