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A San Francisco Superior Court judge has ruled that the California State Bar does not have to disclose test results, including bar exam results, to the public. Releasing these results to the public would invade the privacy of attorneys while providing no real benefit to the public. “The general public has a strong interest in avoiding unhealthy and unwarranted comparisons among legal professionals, including attorneys who are public figures, candidates for office, or those who serve in elected or appointed positions…Additionally, the public has a strong interest in maintaining and encouraging diversity in the legal profession, and in avoiding the stigmatization of individuals or groups of individuals.” Judge Mary Wiss wrote. Read more here.