Daily Court Reporter - News ABA House balks at revising bar passage standard, approves slew of policy resolutions
ABA House balks at revising bar passage standard, approves slew of policy resolutions
The American Bar Association House of Delegates (HOD) rejected Monday (Jan. 28) a major change in the bar passage standard for U.S. law schools, sending back to its originator a proposal that would require 75 percent of a law school’s graduates who sit for the bar pass it within two years.
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Date Published: February 14, 2019