AccessLex Institute: Groundbreaking New Study Examining the California Bar Cut Score

AccessLex Institute has published groundbreaking research that finds the minimum passing score (known as the “cut score”) on the California Bar Exam, which is the second highest in the nation, excludes minorities from admission to the bar at a disproportionately high rate and does not result in greater public protection in the state.

By stcerman

Sam Erman is a Professor of Law at USC's Gould School of Law.

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