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325 pass February bar exam

Nearly 60 percent of applicants who sat for the February 2014 bar exam have passed, according to the Virginia Board of Bar Examiners.

Of the 547 applicants, a total of 325 successfully completed the exam, for an overall pass rate of 59.41 percent. The full list of names can be found on the VBBE website. The list includes a section for the 111 applicants who passed but are not being licensed at this time due to outstanding requirements.

The pass rates for all applicants and for Virginia law schools are listed below. The University of Virginia had the highest pass rate, at 72.73 percent. George Mason University came in a close second. All first-time applicants from both the College of William and Mary and Regent University passed the exam, while Washington and Lee University did not have any successful first-time exam-takers.

Virginia’s newest lawyers will be admitted before a special session of the Supreme Court of Virginia on June 3 at the Greater Richmond Convention Center. The next bar exam will be held on July 29-30, 2014, in Roanoke.

First-time Takers Percentage
Overall Percentage
All Virginia Bar Exam Applicants
69.96%
59.41%
Virginia Law Schools:
Appalachian School of Law
25.00%
43.75%
College of William and Mary
100.00%
58.82%
George Mason University
78.57%
72.00%
Liberty University
60.00%
42.86%
Regent University
100.00%
69.57%
University of Richmond
78.57%
68.57%
University of Virginia
83.33%
72.73%
Washington and Lee University
0.00%
60.00%

Source: Virginia Board of Bar Examiners

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