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Law school pays graduates not to take the bar; 75% fail anyway

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Results for the July Arizona bar came out yesterday, confirming that the Infilaw scamsters have, as predicted, hit a new low. Some LGM readers will recall that the night before the exam, Arizona Summit’s dean was calling up some of the school’s new graduates, and offering them $10,000 not to take the test. That seemed to indicate a certain level of concern regarding whether the human-capital enhancing aspects of an Infilaw education had worked their pedagogical magic. That concern has been, shall we say, vindicated:

Results for the July 2015 Arizona bar examination

Pass rate for all first time takers: 65.7%

Pass rate for first time takers from the University of Arizona: 83.6%

Pass rate for first time takers from Arizona State University: 83.7%

[ETA]: Pass rate for first time takers from non-Arizona law schools: 74.2%

Pass rate for all first time takers who didn’t go to Arizona Summit: 79.5%

Pass rate for Arizona Summit first time takers: 30.6%

Pass rate for Arizona Summit repeat takers: 19.3%

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