The State Bar of California’s first-ever comprehensive Law School Profile highlights the enrollment, diversity, attrition, number of JD degrees awarded, and bar exam pass rates of California’s three types of law schools: those approved by the American Bar Association, those accredited in California, and unaccredited law schools.
The State Bar's 2022 digital annual report highlights the agency's five-year journey of structural reform and shares, in video, stories of our partners and individuals who have been helped by the work of the State Bar.
Did you know? Criminal prosecutors have special responsibilities due to their unique and overarching duty to seek justice. This responsibility carries with it specific duties as defined in Rule of Professional Conduct 3.8 to see that the defendant is accorded procedural justice, that guilt is decided upon the basis of sufficient evidence, and that special precautions are taken to prevent and to rectify the conviction of innocent persons.
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