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Law360, November 14, 2013

NYC Bar Hopes New Law Firm Pilot Will Help Launch Careers

The New York City Bar Association on Thursday began an ambitious expansion of its efforts to match law school graduates with millions of New Yorkers who have unmet legal needs, launching a law firm pilot dedicated to helping clients of modest means and pushing government and private 'bridge-to-practice' partnerships. The 24,000-lawyer group also said in its report dedicated to 'New Lawyers in a Changing Profession' that it would, within a year, recommend possible changes to the state bar exam to improve how law school grads' qualifications are tested.

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