Eighty-five Percent of Regent Law Grads Pass Virginia Bar

Eighty-five percent of Regent University School of Law graduates passed the February 2009 Virginia Bar Exam on their first attempt, according to the Virginia Board of Bar Examiners. The average pass rate for state-wide first-time bar exam takers was 58 percent.

"This is a tremendous success for the bar passers, and the school," said Law School Dean Jeffrey A. Brauch. "The very high percentage of our students passing the bar exam reflects many things: the accomplishment and dedication of Regent graduates, our outstanding legal writing program, our challenging curriculum, and rigorous training by the Regent faculty. We thank God for his blessing on our graduates."

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