The gap in first-time July bar exam pass rates between alumni of New York’s top-ranking law schools and the rest of the pack narrowed this year.

Among New York’s 15 law schools, 11 saw increases, even modest ones, in first-time test taker bar pass rates from the July exam compared with last year. Bar pass rates at three top schools lowered a bit, while there were sharp improvements at two schools.

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