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Bar passage on the rise

Attorneys don't pretend that passing the bar exam is easy.

But those who have taken it in Wisconsin, especially during the last four years, make it seem that way. Since February 2007, passage rates in Wisconsin haven't dipped below 85 percent for either the winter or summer exams, including a 10-year high of 92 percent for the July 2010 version.

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MU opens new law school

Wisconsin Law Journal reporter Jack Zemlicka and photographer Corey Hengen accompanied Marquette Law School Dean Joseph D. Kearney and University Architect Tom Ganey on a tour of the new 200,000 square-foot law school, Ray and Kay Eckstein Hall.

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