Pass rate on bar exam by Mississippi students needs examination at the school level

By CHARLIE DUNAGIN COLUMNIST,

The apocryphal story of a single lawyer in town almost starving until a second one arrived to put in play the adversarial system in which attorneys thrive is no doubt a stretch.
But even if it contains a smidgen of truth, there’s hardly a hamlet in Mississippi where at least two lawyers are not within easy reach.

 
 
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