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Vol. 85, No. 4, December 2016View Issue
- Letter from the Chair
- President’s Page
- The Problem of Law School Discounting—How Do We Sustain Equal Opportunity in the Profession?
- How to Keep Cheaters from Passing the Bar Exam
- The Testing Column: Essay and MPT Grading: Does Spread Really Matter?
- Litigation Update
- NAAMJP et al. v. Jerome Simandle et al., No. 15-3356, 2016 WL 3755782 (U.S. Court of Appeals, 3rd Circuit, 2016)
- Young Wook Kim v. Tennessee Board of Law Examiners, No. M2016-00621-SC-BAR-BLE (TN 2016)
- In Memoriam: Jerome C. Hafter