School of Law Exceeds Virginia Bar Exam Statewide Average

First-time test takers from Regent University School of Law's class of 2009 passed the February and July Virginia Bar Exams at an overall rate of 77.8 percent, exceeding the statewide average of 76.4 percent for all first time takers.

"I am encouraged with these results and believe we will continue to see improvement in our pass rate as we implement some of our new bar preparation initiatives in the coming months and years," Regent Law Dean Jeffrey A. Brauch said. "I praise God for his blessing on our graduates and the school."

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