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A fight over a controversial proposal to toughen law school accreditation standards regarding bar exam pass rates is headed for round two.

Although it failed earlier this year in the effort, the nation’s accrediting body for law schools, the American Bar Association Council of the Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar, is expected to try again at its meeting from Nov. 2 to 4 in Boston with a proposal to require law schools to have at least 75 percent of their graduates pass the bar within two years of graduation.

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