Less than half of Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center graduates passed the bar exam in July, prompting the dean to write a letter to alumni promising reforms in the classroom, curriculum and culture.

Only 48.6 percent of first-time test takers passed, a 16.2 percentage point drop for the school when compared to the previous year. The Touro bar exam pass rate is 34.4 percentage points lower than other ABA-accredited law schools.

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