ABA Journal:  All but two states and the District of Columbia have an oversupply of lawyers, according to a consulting company’s calculations.

Economic Modeling Specialists Inc. compared the number of people who passed the bar exam in each state in 2009 with the estimated number of lawyer job openings in those states, according to the New York Times Economix blog. The study found that every jurisdiction except for Wisconsin, Nebraska and Washington, D.C., has an oversupply of lawyers.