Friday, November 6, 2015

Study: Law Schools Admit Those Unlikely to Pass Bar - Inside Higher Ed

The number of law schools admitting students at serious risk of never passing bar exams is up significantly, according to a new report from Law School Transparency, a group that has been pushing law schools to reveal more about their students' debt and job placement. The study is built on the relationship between scores on the Law School Admission Test and eventual likelihood that students will pass the bar. The report notes that many of these law schools are also institutions where students have substantial student loans, leaving students at risk of high debt while unable to practice law.

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