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November 21 Digest

Posted By Administration, Wednesday, November 20, 2019

Slim Majority of Test-Takers Passed California’s July Bar Exam

For the first time in six years, a majority of people taking the most recent California bar exam passed, according to.

Read the full story at The National Law Journal


New Network of High Schools Aims to Boost Diversity in Legal Education and Beyond

The Law School Admission Council and Street Law have partnered to create the first directory of high schools that focus.

Read the full story at The Recorder


Newsom Picks SF Judge Teri Jackson for First District Appeals Court

If confirmed, Superior Court Judge Teri Jackson would be the first African American woman ever to serve on the San Francisco

Read the full story at The Recorder


With Data as National Security Threat, Big Law's Appetite for Government Officials Grows

The federal government has been watching closely for national security issues related to company's data collection practices

Read the full story at The Recorder


In Employment Landscape, Context Still Matters for Zero-Tolerance Policies

Shortsighted enforcement of rigid policies can cause more harm than good when context isn't taken into account.

Read the full story at The National Law Journal


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