Paul L. Caron

Friday, September 27, 2019

Weekly Legal Education Roundup

Comment: "This study [by Robert Kuehn] concluded that the claim that the dramatic decline in bar passage rates is due to law students taking more experiential courses or fewer bar-related courses is not supported. It characterized efforts to cap experiential credits in order to improve bar passages rates are “misguided,” warning that schools should not expect that “mere exposure” to more bar courses will significantly improve bar passage rates."  Jesss Haller (Blog Assistant, Best Practices For Legal Education Blog), An Overview of “A Study of the Relationship Between Law School Coursework and Bar Exam Outcomes”

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