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Wonder if these are the students who later commit medical malpractice?

I’ll tell you one thing – law school professors have no problem in failing students who they think will be bad lawyers.  Probably because lawyers have more loyalty to the profession than to each other.

And over 40 percent admitted they had passed students who should have failed their course.

Source: Why Failing Med Students Don't Get Failing Grades - NYTimes.com