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EJS, Civil Rights Advocates, Urge Calif. Supreme Court to Protect Privacy of Bar Exam Takers

The Equal Justice Society, Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights of the San Francisco Bay Area, and Asian Pacific American Legal Center filed an amicus brief (PDF) last week urging the Supreme Court of California to protect the privacy of State Bar exam takers by safeguarding the personal and confidential information they submit to the Bar. […]
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Calif. Supreme Court Rejects Richard Sander Request for Confidential Bar Exam Data

UPDATE (SEPT. 19): There was an error in the commentary we included in our Sept. 18 email about the California Supreme Court’s denial of the lawsuit against the State Bar of California brought by UCLA Law professor Richard Sander and the California First Amendment Coalition. (The commentary was published today on the Los Angeles Times website.) The commentary inadvertently cited […]
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Privacy, Not Political Correctness: Ideology, Not Science, Behind Richard Sander Request for Confidential Bar Exam Data

EJS submitted the following commentary by Anthony Solana, Jr. and Sara Jackson in response to an opinion piece written by Peter Scheer of the California First Amendment Coalition.  CFAC has joined UCLA Law professor Richard Sander in a lawsuit demanding that the State Bar of California turn over confidential data on state bar exam takers […]
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Privacy, Not Political Correctness: Ideology, Not Science, Behind Richard Sander Request for Confidential Bar Exam Data

EJS submitted the following commentary by Anthony Solana, Jr. and Sara Jackson in response to an opinion piece written by Peter Scheer of the California First Amendment Coalition.  CFAC has joined UCLA Law professor Richard Sander in a lawsuit demanding that the State Bar of California turn over confidential data on state bar exam takers […]
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Prominent Bar Associations, Attorneys and Stanford Law Dean Oppose Sander’s Data Requests

Last fall, the California Bar Association again denied Professor Richard Sander and his research partners’ request for private data on recent bar applicants. Sander and his research team seek to utilize this data to study the relationship between affirmative action and bar-passage rates for students of color. The data requested by Sander and his researchers […]
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