Law Professors Ask ABA to Shelve Bar Passage Rule During Pandemic

Students taking a simulated multi-state bar examination in 2014 at the Jacob J. Javits Convention Center in New York City.

A law professor group has renewed calls for the American Bar Association to suspend enforcement of its bar passage standard for law schools, arguing that the bar exam is in disarray amid COVID-19 and that schools should not be held to the same measures during the pandemic.

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